An organized alternative to your entryway

Sep 18, 2011

You can find these accents here: Photos Golden plant The Home Depot, shoe cabinet (here used as a file cabinet) from Ikea, the plant pot also from Ikea and the Buddha piggy bank is from Urban Outfitters
Sometimes we tend to have stuff around the house that we buy simply because we like them. While other times we find excuses not to trash our treasures thinking that we might find a corner for it.These things tend to mingle around for a little while before we find their usage around our homes.
Today I’m organizing this artifacts in a way they can coexist with each other. You’ll notice that it is either color or form that makes them possible to play along in the same space.
I've arrange my entrance nook for it to be a peaceful receiving area. It is a reflection of who we are as a family. Not only do these items I've selected transmit this message, but also does the color palette. I try using greens and blues as they communicate serenity and to enforce this feeling. As an accent and to tied it all up, I placed a golden Buddha.
I hope my little space inspires you to do greater things around your home.

Nooks I simply adore

Sep 17, 2011



I already told you that I recently moved to Miami. Now that I have been given the opportunity to be “creative how ever I want”; I’ve trying to prepare certain nooks around my house that are dear to me. Here are some examples.


Miami in blue and white


Miami, the Art-Deco city, is filled with houses that are define by this style. From sweeping curves facades to Egyptian inspired details or its geometric forms and the pastel colored walls are sure to be a tourist magnet everyday.


Today I’m presenting a different type of Miami. A blue and white one. With their shinny glass structures and white stiletto type buildings; these square or rounded forms fill the blue skies nowadays. 

Hi! This is the very first time I write a blog. I’ve been dreeeeeeaming on doing one ever since blogs were invented but, a full time job, interior design studies, a hubby, one preschoolers and a baby on the way (just to mention some examples); things got a liiiiiittle complicated. But now that I moved to Miami and have some time in my hands, I promise you (and myself) that I’ll to do my best to keep up with tendencies on interior and graphic design; and why not some crafts. So, thank you for letting me in to your web-surfing-at-last-I-have-ME-time.

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