Christmas Tree Wall Sticker

Contemporary Christmas tree wall sticker by Spin Collective
If you’re looking for some new ideas for Christmas decorations this year, or don’t want to have an actual Christmas tree, then this contemporary xmas tree design wall sticker could be the perfect solution. The Christmas tree wall sticker is made from high quality matt vinyl and measures 100cm by 60cm in size. It’s available in a choice of 20 colours, so you can choose a colour of your choice, to suit your interior decor. The tree wall decal would look great used alongside any other Christmas decorations, but is also a nice alternative for anyone who doesn’t have room in their home for a Christmas tree. The Christmas tree wall sticker is £24 from Spin Collective and can be re-used again next year.

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Simple DIY Pine Cone Candle Holder


If you want to add a fall spirit to your décor and don’t want to waste much time or money, here’s the way. For this simple pine cone candle holder you’ll need some pine cones, a small jar, a candle, double sided tape or hot glue and a thread. Stick the pine cones to the jar one after another and then very easily tie them with the thread. Try to find the pine cones that are quite of the same size. Put the candle inside and burn it but don’t leave it unattended because the dried pine cones may set on fire!  Source: sheepy






Home Office Design Photos

World View
Designer Daniel Sachs gave a classic Park Avenue apartment an antique and global appeal, even in the young boy's bedroom. The wallpaper behind the desk is a blown up version of an antique world map. 

 Neutral Tones
In the office of designer Lindsey Bond's updated cottage in Birmingham, Alabama, curtains soften the room and hide everyday office clutter on the shelves.


 Skyline View
The Designer Visions apartment in New York City by designers James Michael and Phoebe Howard combined both classic and modern elements. In the office, the curvy wing chairs balance the modern lines of the writing desk and lamp.


Ocean View
Designer Carolyn Espley-Miller decorated her Carpinteria, California home with a clean, crisp style. Her office is surrounded by windows, giving her an incredible view of the ocean.


 Black and White Studio
In a penthouse studio apartment overlooking Gramercy Park, designer Ellen O'Neill used a corner to serve as her office space. The farm table she uses as a desk is cleared off and used for a dining table when she entertains.


 Designer's Notes
The contemporary paint design on the focal wall gives this square office a lot of visual interest. The glass desk gives the illusion of more space.

via - Kim Smart (designer)

 Modern home office
Statement wallpaper creates interest in this exciting modern study area.

Ways To Transform Living Room


 Transforming the look of your living room entirely might be costly but some small things can make a lot of impact. Look around and try to change one thing you don’t like about your living room and maybe try rearranging the furniture or changing the curtains and rugs.

Accentuate Windows

Change the curtains, add shutters or add trim work to the windows to accentuate them. Window is often the focal point of the room so by focusing more attention on it will make the focal point stronger and give you something to base your decor around.

Change Sofa
An old creaking sofa is not the best decor element so repair it if you can but if not replace with a new one. It doesn’t have to be expensive. Buy a simple but good quality sofa and have it reupholstered to suit your living room or even to brighten it up.

Armchairs
The same can be done to the old armchairs. You could also replace them with a couch, chairs, pouffs and other furniture items to make the space more effective and interesting.

Creative Coffee Table
Swap your coffee table for an ottoman of any other creative alternative. It will make the seating area less conservative and will draw attention to it. Think old suitcases, vintage buckets, baskets, and many other things.

Details
Don’t forget about details. Be careful no to clutter your living room with pictures, figurines and other small stuff. Be picky. Choose different-sized details to make sure you decor looks refined.






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Pop Art In Living Room


 Decorating living with pop art is quite easy. It’s also a great way to spruce up neutral or dull decor. Choose the theme and color palette of your pop art picture that will suit your living room’s color scheme. Try to be consistent with colors when decorating with pop art or keep the room neutral.

Focal Point
Hang a pop art artwork of choice on the feature wall to create a bright focal point in the room. It wil draw attention but if the rest of the room will be entirely neutral it might also look out of place so add a few bright accents to the rest of the room.
Decorate Empty Walls

If you just want to fill in the empty walls in the living room opt for bigger framed pictures and arrange them so they look good together. You can also choose a one big picture to fill an empty wall.
Echo The Colors

For a more consistent look you could echo the colors from pop art piece in your living room decor or choose the contrasting clashing colors in furniture or accents like throw pillows.






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Milan, Italy - Travel Guide

  Milan Duomo, Gothic Duomo Cathedral Milan, Italy
  
  Milan Duomo, Gothic Duomo Cathedral Milan, Italy

  Milan Duomo, Gothic Duomo Cathedral Milan, Italy

  Milan Duomo, Gothic Duomo Cathedral Milan, Italy

 Milan Duomo, Gothic Duomo Cathedral Milan, Italy

 Milan Duomo, Gothic Duomo Cathedral Milan, Italy
The Castello Sforzesco, held successively by the Viscontis and the Sforzas, was built in 1368, demolished by the people of Milan in 1447 and rebuilt from 1450 onwards. The Torre de Filarete, on the nearside (70m/231ft high), is a reproduction (1905) of the original gate-tower. 

History
The street plan of Milan, with streets either radiating from the Duomo or circling it, indicates that the Duomo occupied the most important site in the ancient Roman city of Mediolanum.

Saint Ambrose built a new basilica on this site at the beginning of the 5th century, with an adjoining basilica added in 836. When fire damaged both buildings in 1075, they were rebuilt as the Duomo.

In 1386 the archbishop, Antonio da Saluzzo, began the new project in a rayonnant Late Gothic style that is more characteristic of France than Italy. Work proceeded for generations.

The main spire was topped in 1762 with a polychrome statue of the Madonna, to whom the Duomo and its predecessor have always been dedicated.

Even now, some uncarved blocks remain to be turned into sculpture. Gothic construction on the rest of the Duomo was largely complete in the 1880s.

The Duomo was recently under major renovations and cleaning for several years, obscuring the west front with scaffolding. Works were finally completed in 2009, revealing the newly-cleaned facade in all its glory.

Exterior
The Duomo of Milan blurs the distinction between Gothic and neo-Gothic, for the Gothic west front was begun in 1616 and completed 200 years later. Only in its details does it reveal its Baroque and Neo-Classical date. From 1900 some of the less Gothic details of the facade were replaced in a true Gothic style, to designs of Giuseppe Brentano.

The roofline dissolves into openwork pinnacles that are punctuated by a grove of spires, topped with statues that overlook the city. The main spire is 109 meters high. These can all be investigated up close on a breathtaking walk on the roof.

The huge building is made of brick faced with marble from the quarries that Gian Galeazzo Visconti donated in perpetuity to the cathedral chapter.
Interior

The cathedral's five wide naves are reflected in the hierarchic openings of the facade. Even the transepts have aisles. The great windows of the choir are reputed to be the largest in the world. 


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 Castello Sforzesco Fountain, Milan, Italy

  Castello Sforzesco Fountain, Milan, Italy

  Castello Sforzesco Fountain, Milan, Italy

  Castello Sforzesco Fountain, Milan, Italy

  Castello Sforzesco Fountain, Milan, Italy

  Castello Sforzesco Fountain, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco Fountain, Milan, Italy

Castello Sforzesco, Milan, ItalyCastello Sforzesco (Sforza Castle) has a long history and is actually the second palace on the site. The first castle was built by the Visconti family but was demolished in the mid 15th century after their reign ended. The new Renaissance palace was built by Francesco Sforza.

The Castello Sforzesco, held successively by the Viscontis and the Sforzas, was built in 1368, demolished by the people of Milan in 1447 and rebuilt from 1450 onwards. The Torre de Filarete, on the nearside (70m/231ft high), is a reproduction (1905) of the original gate-tower.

Today the castle is a home of Pinacoteca del Castello Sforzesco. It has a fine collection of musical instruments, furniture, prints and paintings and Michelangelo’s unfinished sculpture Rondanini Pietà.

Parco Sempione (Sempione Park)
was once part of the Visconti estate, a hunting reserve complementing Castello Sforzesco. Today the land is a public park designed as an English Garden in 1890 by Emilio Alemagna. The park has a lake, a water fountain and lots of monuments, one of which is a statue of Napoleon III designed by Francesco Barzaghi.

Where is Castello Sforzesco: Piazza Castello
How to get to Castello Sforzesco: By Metro to Cairoli, Cadorna or Lanza stations
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9AM to 5:30PM

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Castello Sforzesco, Milan, Italy

 Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, ItalyThe Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is the oldest shopping mall in Italy, housed within a four-storey double arcade in central Milan. The Galleria is named after Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of the Kingdom of Italy.
Right in the heart of Milan, right between Duomo and La Scala Theatre, there is the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II built between 1860 and 1870. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is another monument for King who unified Italy, as Rome Vittorio Emmanuele monument is enormous. May be called the shopping mall, but is very stylish. Found very high ceiling is made of iron and glass domes.

Gallery was designed by Giuseppe Megnoni who unfortunately died just before the building ends, after a fall from scaffolding. Today the Gallery attracts a lot of Italians and tourists alike, who come to shop, to eat and drink or just to stroll and admire the luxury shops. Because it performs multiple International Teams, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, has been called the Milan Chamber of life.

This is the best place to promenade which can be seen most elegant Italian, where you can enjoy an ice cream or where you can admire the mosaic on the ceiling of the octagonal courtyard representing Europe, Asia, Africa and America or mosaics representing the ends of corridors Agriculture, Science, Art and Industry.
Construction started: 1865
Opened: 1877
Function: Commercial
Architect: Giuseppe Mengoni



 

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy

  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II  - Milan, Italy
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