Decorating with Desenio | Filling the empty
While green is flourishing the trees along the road, the sun shows itself from dusk till down. It’s spring that is finally around the corner, leaving winter behind like it never happend. Coats, thick jackets, and all the winter stuff can be put back in the closet to make space for the jackets, t-shirts, and amazing prints you have been wanting to wear all winter long. Nevertheless, clothing is big part of the winter season … but so is your interior. To match my spring vibes I am collaborating and decorating with Desenio to move those feelings inside of my living room.
As some of you might know I moved houses recently, although it was just the room across the hall … still moved. From just one single room in our student house , I am now the proud owner of a living room in combination with a separate bed room. Painting, painting, eating, painting, decorating, buying, painting, and much more had been done until I thought my room would be ready. However, ever since I thought I was finished I felt that something was missing … posters! I have been a massive fan of posters, design, and pretty things for like forever and I know I needed some obscure yet nature like posters on the wall. Decorating with Desenio will take my room to a more seasonal en cosy level than before, cause a home is in need of a feeling …
Sometime, when I visit people for the first time, I have no idea what to think about the art on the walls. I have no idea if I like what it does to the room, or if I like how it is hanged on the wall as a composition as a whole. I have no idea if I like the art itself, and the Fram that’s around it.
Does it really matter? Does it even make sense to tell your thoughts about what somebody hangs at their walls?
Ever since I moved I had the feeling something was missing, it was something on the wall … paintings, posters, photographs, or anything from the countless options the world counts today. Decorating with Desenio for me, the brand of the posters and frames, for me is a brand that fills the desire to hang something on the wall. To fill that empty spot on the smooth white surface that now looks frigid and boring. It is a way to express what you like, where you into, or to adjust your interior to the season.