Lucite jewelry by possibility – now in bold spring colors

    Are you indulging in springtime weather yet? If yes, I’m happy for you! Enjoy it! In many places around the globe – including on my island here – it seems to remain wintry and we can’t wait for the warmer temperatures to come, and stay! Trying to convince spring to come along, I just introduced a range of sizzling, summery colors to my Lucite jewelry by possibility. Take a peek!

    Lucite necklace Aleksandra - fashion jewelry by possibility Lucite necklace and hair band ALEKSANDRA, with double-faced satin ribbon in aubergine

    Lucite necklace Anastassia - fashion jewelry by possibility Lucite necklace and hair band ANASTASSIA, here shown in the color ‘lagoon’

    Lucite necklace Katiyana - fashion jewelry by possibility Lucite statement necklace and hair band KATIYANA, here in lavish purple satin

    All the pieces from possibility which come with a ribbon are now available in these summery hues:

    satin ribbon colors for Lucite Jewelry by Possibility

    I’m really swooning over lagoon, and azalea, for fun and playful outings, and can’t make up my mind about which dark hues I like best for classic occasions. This double-faced satin is gorgeous, and all of the ribbons have a beautiful silky shine in the light. Ok – even though I sincerely mean that, this is enough of the self promotion (bah!)

    How about you? Which color is your favorite?

    Scandinavian Design Love – Wallpapers by Ferm Living

      To all design lovers! If your heart also beats higher for the refreshing simplicity and style of nordic design, you’ll enjoy these wallpapers by Ferm Living. Yes they ship to the USA too!


      available at fjorn.com - click on image to get to the product page


      available at fjorn.com - click on image to get to the product page


      available at fjorn.com - click on image to get to the product page

      What design movements or geographical design inspirations do you really love?

      Art inspiration of the day – Paper Artist Yuko Nishimura

        This is when the word ‘marvellous’ takes on a whole new significance. How amazing, amarvellazig, marvel-worthy are these?! Artist Yuko Nishimura, everyone. Spotted via Designtaxi.

        Yuko NishimuraRelief series by Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura

        http://yukonishimura.comRelief series by Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura

        Yuko NishimuraRelief series by Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura

        Design Inspiration Antiquarian Booksellers

          On my recent trip to Hamburg, Germany, I spotted the inconspicuous but abundantly inspiring antiquarian book store Pabel. Two of the amazing books I stumbled upon, just by quickly browsing:

          antique book Antique book, spotted at antiquarian bookseller Pabel, Hamburg

          Antique book, spotted at antiquarian bookseller Pabel, Hamburg

          less elaborate but very cute: a mini-book collection they had in the shop window:mini book collection, spotted at antiquarian bookseller Pabel, Hamburg

          As you can imagine, I could have spent hours in the store! If you’re intrigued, Hamburg has a bunch of such antiquarian book stores, and many of them also sell online and mail orders to your home. To learn more about this particular store, visit Pabel’s website here – it’s also in English.

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