I haven’t written any posts for quite a while as the past few months have been very busy and hectic but in a good way. I spent a couple of months in London, than in Budapest, than in London again, I became a graphic designer (yay!) and have been working on various exciting graphic design projects. I’ve been missing this blog a lot but I just couldn’t find enough time until now.
I hope that even after this long break you’ll still enjoy reading eszterieur.com.
In the last post I showed you a quick and easy DIY idea: decorating any spaces with washi tape. The picture with skyscrapers on it made me think of NYC so I decided to dedicate this post to New York: inspiration, apartments and little NY themed home decor pieces.
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Today I would like to show you a super-cheap way to decorate and revitalize any space of your home: washi tape. With this material you can make a real difference in a room in only a few minutes. You only need to buy enough rolls, have to plan the shapes ahead or do it in a spontaneous way if you are brave and talented enough. In my opinion the most stylish color is black – of course! – but you can purchase the tape in various colors.
Like I anticipated in the last post, today I bring you some work space inspiration.
Work spaces have to enable you to get inspired, be focused and sit comfortably for hours. They have to be personal and cosy so that you like working there but they mustn’t detract your attention. Creating the ideal workstation or home office is a relatively challenging task. Not only because many times people don’t have enough space for it in their homes, but also because one has to take into consideration a lot of factors, such as lights, windows, noise, other everyday activities done in the same room, etc.
After seeing the popular trend for copper and blush I thought I would like to show you my favorite DIY copper projects that are so stylish, maybe one can’t even realize they are not from top design shops. In fact all of the five projects shown in this post are super cheap, easy (or at least possible) to do, and lovely, I promise.