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Switching up the look of my home office shelves (part 1)

I spend almost every day in our home library, which is what I use as my own office. I'll have you know that we own a lot of stuff—and I do mean a loooot of stuff—and despite regularly holding garage sales, we never seem to run out of them. Our library is no exception. My husband and I are… Continue reading Switching up the look of my home office shelves (part 1)

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Event styling: Glamour-themed 18th birthday party

Just recently, I accepted a project on styling a Hollywood glamour-themed debut (my sister's events company, Pink Sunshine Events, did the events coordination for it). The budget was pretty tight as the debutante had only decided to hire an events stylist a few weeks before the big day. She basically asked me to improve on the decor… Continue reading Event styling: Glamour-themed 18th birthday party

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1 reading corner, 2 ways

Hi everyone. Well, I can't seem to post regularly on my blog now, can I? My sincerest apologies for this. Been going through some, um, things, in life lately, so this had to take a backseat. Anyway. Moving on. We spent the weekend over at my parents. I love (1,000,000x) spending the night at my parents.… Continue reading 1 reading corner, 2 ways

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Adding color and accessories to style your space

How've you been doing? I've been a bit busy with several freelance projects that I haven't been able to sit down and blog. So here I am, writing this on a weekend, after a business meeting, grocery duties, and dinner with the family. Because I'd been busy at work, I've also neglected finishing up some… Continue reading Adding color and accessories to style your space

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How to make your own typographic art

Why hello there! I'm no graphic designer, but having worked in magazines has exposed me to the wonderful world of typography. I love seeing how letters in different shapes, forms, thinness, and thickness, styles, and types effectively convey a particular mood and emotion, while still giving off a visually pleasing effect. Beautiful type is great design,… Continue reading How to make your own typographic art

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How to hang art

Hello! How's your weekend going? Not as wet in our part of the metro anymore, but still with the occasional drizzle and sweater-weather feel. Today I'll be talking about how to hang artwork. I know right, such a mundane thing to even blog about. But hear me out. While you can easily go the 3M-mounting-tape-type… Continue reading How to hang art

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Making our very own raised-bed roofdeck garden

When I moved out from our over 500-sqm house in the suburbs and into a four-storey, all-concrete townhouse with my own family, one of the things that I dearly missed was having a garden. My childhood bedroom window used to face the west, and outside was a backyard populated by a large santol tree, an… Continue reading Making our very own raised-bed roofdeck garden

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Copping the look of a mirrored console (on the (really really) cheap)

So this image has been on my Pinterest board "Stuff to DIY" for the longest time: Why, you ask? Because that white console with the mirrored doors looks slightly similar to our wine/coffee bar, that's why. The only problem with mine is that it has glass doors, ergo, everything inside can be seen. Now that shouldn't be… Continue reading Copping the look of a mirrored console (on the (really really) cheap)

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Riding on the metallic trend by making my own copper tray

Every time I go out to source products for my photo shoots, I always spend time discerning if I should buy my own tray. Those lacquer and mirrored trays at West Elm almost tempted me to give in. It's a good thing I intentionally didn't bring money nor any of my cards, because those trays… Continue reading Riding on the metallic trend by making my own copper tray