After yesterdays post i was thinking how its amazing how the way you lay out tiles can give you a totally different look, laying tiles in a brick pattern (sometimes called butchers or subway tiles) always gives a classic or more rustic feel. You can make it slightly more modern by choosing rectified tiles (flat with sharp edges) or more rustic by having beveled edges.
Quite excited as its one of my best friends weddings tomorrow, we met on our first day of university over 10 years ago- im maid of honour so just a little bit excited! Hair is cut & coloured, we went & got a full body scrub & a bit of a spray tan yesterday (still a bit pasty - summer has only just arrived here in Sydney!) and we are ready to go! She is marrying a great guy who is greek so the wedding will be in a greek church which will be amazing and something i have never experianced before (looking forward to a bit of greek dancing too!) & then the reception is at the Wharf Restaurant on the harbour! Its such a divine weekend i think its going to be an amazing day! The wharf has a real rustic elegance about it. It was quite hard to find any images of it on the web so ill be sure to share some next week!
This was another wedding that was featured on Real Weddings - worth a look - its gorgeous!
Has anyone else noticed the once un-cool babies breath has made a comeback?! One reserved for bad 80's wedding photos it seems to have come back with a vengence & now looks delicate & sweet not daggy & stuck in a timewarp!
Im sure ive posted this before...and i know its a bit fuzzy...annnd i have no idea where it came from but good lord do i love it! I look at it & get all inspired & that warm fuzzy 'hell yeah i love being a designer' feeling!
I was out seeing a tile supplier yesterday & they had just re-done the ladies bathroom in the showroom. I almost fell over myself! The star of the show is the floral bissaza mural tile. Im sure you've guessed it's not exactly budget friendly ;)