Vanity

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I think that one of the most important elements of a serene bedroom is a beautined up nightstands. So here are some very easy tips that I like to follow for the visual anchor of my room. The easiest way to start up is by getting a vase and a set of flowers whether you like them fake or real, flowers always left up the entire room. I got my vase from Zarahome filled it up with my favorite flower (pink peonies). I always check Zarahome website before hitting the mall, to ensure that what I’m looking for is available instead of coming back home empty handed.

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Adding Books is always a good decorating tip, especially fashion books, always beautifully covered. So this would be the second thing I’d have on my table.

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Your nightstand has to contain the essential items that you need just before going to sleep, and first thing when you wake up in the morning. How to sum those essentials on your nightstand is pretty easy. All you need is a tray. In my case At night the first thing I need is Baies interior scent, the scent combines A bouquet of roses and blackcurrant leaves, which gives a perfect breeze of a garden feel in my room, so I like to spray a bit of it before I hit the shower. I also like to keep my favorite hand & body cream “PINK wild at heart” and my favorite perfumes in a tiny tray ( Wild bluebell by Jo Malone, Valentina by Valentino, Fresh Musk and Light Musk by Aljazeera). I love Arabian scents from Oud to Musk, my favorite scent for the last month has been Light Musk! You need to give it a sniff if you’re a die hard Arabian scents lover.

EDITED 3 photco 1-3What I keep on my nightstand is very changeable sometimes instead of having a set of perfumes, I might replace them with a candle or a jewellery box where I keep my daily jewellery or the leftovers of yesterday’s party, I got the green one and the mirrored one from Zarahome.

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My second nightstand is a combination of stolen tableware from my mom’s kitchen kabord – way to be creative huh?- Starting from a heart-shaped tray from iDesign, containing a Villeroy&Boch glass jar for updated seasonal nailpolish, My favorite Jo Malone summery body cream Blackberry&bay and LSAinternational bowl that could contain girly snacks or daily jewels.

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Jay’s Wonderland

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Spent my Saturday night at Jewels’s place. Who is one of my favorite people on this earth. We’ve been friends since high school, she’s one of those people that I keep going back to and even though we don’t speak everyday or meet every week, when we do meet it’s like we have never drifted. She has always been like a sister to me, and as for that I got the pleasure of growing a relationship with her sister (Sarah) as well and got to know what’s behind the extreme outer beauty and found nothing but more beauty. I just loovvee to accompany those two creatures that steam beauty and dreams. That gathering where you feel you can say whatever you want whenever you want, without having to worry about what’s going to come out of your mouth(because we all know our mouths can surprise us sometimes) but with them I’m just certain I won’t be judged or not forgiven.

Because my little jewel has a beautiful taste in interiors & an eye for what the room should contain, I knew I had to carry my camera to her house and share the wonders of her wonderland.

She’s a die hard Disney lover, so that what you would mostly see on her shelf, an addition to souvenirs from all around the world..

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Carolyn Quartermaine

Carolyn Quartermaine one of my very favorite artists who creates beautiful fabric. Her collections are stunning and divers from flowers & fresh, to Script & Modern lace, I stumbled upon her interview with Vogue living when I was looking for interior designs for my new room.

“An artist who understands colour,fabric and quality with a true sensitivity” Donna Karan

The Perfect Setting

My idea of a perfect house: Louis XV chair & Wood. The French are relentless purveyors of style even with furniture!

 I loved Naomi Campbell’s photoshoot for Italian Vogue, not only because of her intrinsic beauty or the elegance of styling but because of the luxurious setting. I loved the walls and the chairs! the setting was perfectly french furnished.

Another photoshoot that I loved the setting of: A photoshoot for GQ Style Italy, starring fashion designers Viktor & Rolf. Photographed by Blommers & Schumm. The wallpaper and the art displayed was magnificent.