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Agata Bielen jewelry

Bloesem living | Agata Bielen minimalist jewelry

 

 

Bloesem living | Agata Bielen minimalist jewelry

 

It's a really rainy and chilly morning over here in Singapore and we can't help but feel that calm and serene feeling we get from these shots of Agata Bielen's jewelry. Minimal jewelry is all the rage now but doing them right in terms of photography and styling is not always the easiest but this time they hit the nail right on its head. So gorgeous we can't look away!

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Link love

Bloesem living | Link love: The Booklamp

A genius lamp that's also a place to hang your book.

Get personal with all these powerful and talented ladies.

This video blew us away.

The coffee kettle for modern cowboys ..

Easy peasy DIY cake stand for impressive cake presentation.

What font do you use in emails? It may be affecting the way people read them.

Speaking of fonts.. how about a guide to font pairing.

A mini facelift for your space with these affordable items.

Copper + wood never looked so good.

3D printing clothes from her own home.

Xo, The Bloesem team

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It's okay to be negative

Bloesem living | Instagram feature: @saicote

Well, not be negative per se.. but it's okay to use negative space in photography. Actually it's more than okay, it's great! Based in Thailand, Sai uses alot of negative space in her instagram photography.. which is one of our top tips in the Bloesem instagram classes. Using negative space allows the viewers' eyes to be immediately drawn to the focus of the image. So the next time you snap an image try to rid of the photo of any unwanted or extra objects.

#BinstaGood

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From walls to floors

Bloesem living | Wallfloors furniture - photography and styling by Bloesem

After being in the same place for awhile, you tend to feel like you've heard and seen everything worth seeing so when Melissa from Wallfloors got into contact with us recently, we honestly were excited to find out about this new online store! She curates everything you could possibly need in your home from wall to floors (see that's where the name comes from) and at the moment, mostly from Dutch and local Singaporean labels. 

We had a field day looking through the site because it was totally up our alley.. the simplicity, functionality, materials and colours.. many pieces we could see in our home, so that's what we did - styled and shot our picks right at home. We literally placed the tables and accessories right into the different rooms and they fit right in, no redecorating needed! That's how seamlessly they blended in.

Bloesem living | Wallfloors furniture - photography and styling by Bloesem

Bloesem living | Wallfloors furniture - photography and styling by Bloesem

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Discovering Hozan Zangana

Bloesem living | Dutch design by Hozan Zangana

Ever intrigued by designers and their exploration with materials and forms, Baharat the work of Hozan Zangana caught our eye. " Creating forms by letting my heart guide my hands while silencing my mind", Hozan's experimentation across several mediums has resulted in such interested pieces. Trained as a whitesmith, Hozan graduated from the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 2012. 

Continue reading for more of his inspiring designs..

Bloesem living | Dutch design by Hozan Zangana

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No screws needed

Bloesem living | Zoo multidisciplinary furniture by Mayice - crowdyhouse campaign

No screws? No problem! The Zoo chair by Mayice might just be magic. This impressive piece of furniture works as a chair, shelving, table, magazine rack, really it's just up to how creative you are. They come in several colours and are stackable which make a great shelving unit with pops of colour.

100% handmade in Spain, the Zoo chair is made from pine wood, derived from sustainable forests, and does not include any substructures or screws in its manufacturing. The Mayice team has an ongoing crowdyhouse campaign for their Zoo multidisciplinary furniture. Support great designs!

Starting Monday off with a little magic aren't we?

Bloesem living | Zoo multidisciplinary furniture by Mayice - crowdyhouse campaign

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