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Happy lunar new year and Gong Xi Fa Cai. Year of the rat is officially here. We have had a big fun celebrating CNY since last night.
We made little mouses in all kinds–cakes, eggs, lemons…
Just let you know that we actually will celebrate Chinese New Year for 15 days. So in case you would like to have some fun to celebrate lunar new year, you can click here and hereto read how we create Chinese New Year Tabletop.
And interested in some Chinoiserie art, decor and crafts, click each image below for product details.
Happy MLK Day, guys! We really started Monday in blue. It is clouded, dark and chilly in LA. So I think let’s do something counterpart, something happy and cheerful. As Chinese New Year is coming Saturday(Jan 25th), so I am going to start a series of blogs dedicated to Chinese new year on home decor, fashion and culture.
Today is series 1 of this week. First thing first, let’s get some inspiration.
I found some pretty cool Year of the Rat greeting card design
And here is a greeting from Disneyland:
Well, I hope you started Monday Blue in a beautiful mood. Somehow, Sunday and Monday are two of our busiest days in a week, a lot of chores. But I really cannot wait to share with you some chic blue-themed holiday decor. I was in my gym yesterday and then I saw this beautiful Christmas tree decorated with clear gift boxes with blue balls inside, it felt so fresh and chic and your know last Wednesday,Pantone just announced its color of the year 2020, so I am thinking I am going to do a blog about blue-themed Christmas decor today. It is always so cool to try something new for holidays rather than repeat year-after-year same Christmas decor. So, I have a lot of goodies here for you today, have a cup of herbal tea or a class of blue cocktail, sit back and enjoy!
Wow, so what do you think? Don’t you love these Classic-Blue wreathes? Aren’t they just like a piece a jewel in your home? Classic Blue with silver, Classic Blue with natural branches, Classic Blue with white, Classic with Rose-Gold, which one is your favorite? I love them all and cannot wait to try the different color palettes for my home.
Well, after all of these beautiful blue tabletops, I truly want to celebrate holidays everyday! You can see Classic Blue is such a versatile color and work perfect with every color to create that chic, moody festival decor with tones of freshness, sophistication and modernity.