If the wedding you are at resembles a disconcertingly perfect yard sale than a traditional nuptial, you may be at a hipster wedding.
DIYer architect John Tong, founding principal of 3rd Uncle Design, turned a century-old industrial dairy in a back alley into a home with a colorful playground for three kids. “The courtyard is an extension of the house, with a big table that hosts parties, a stage for impromptu performances, and part of an old loft overhead that will one day become a tree house for the children.”
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The talented duo from Bash, Please put together this inspiring photo shoot for Design Sponge and Brandon Kidd Photography captured all the gorgeous details. Vintage props from Found Rentals were used to set the scene.
I have been a fan of Tinywater Photography’s hip, fun and offbeat photographs for a long time now; and have come across many of their beautiful shots over the years. There is something about their artistic style that catches your eye and who better to describe their style other than the artists themselves.
Daneve is the owner and creative force behind Ah-Tissue. She put together this safari themed party for her son Tahlin’s 3rd birthday with the help of her husband Darren. Being a huge supporter of small businesses, she made a point to purchase supplies from great companies she had found through Facebook. Since the party revolved around nature, she tried to keep it as eco-friendly as possible – using a lot of recycled items found around her house and buying organic and biodegradable products.
Many of us are apprehensive about having to care for houseplants, whether we believe to have a brown thumb, haven’t quite mastered creating the “perfect” environment plants need to strive or simply find it hard to incorporate them into our modern living spaces. It is time to think outside the box with these innovative options for modern and environmentally responsible gardening.
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