Erika Mészáros

Erika Mészáros

Erika Mészáros
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Elevate any space with an elegant DIY hoop wreath! To DIY: 1) Clip floral stems, leaving just enough to attach flowers to the ring with floral wire. 2) Arrange the florals, starting with the greenery. This gives the wreath its shape and fullness. 3) Add sturdy, textural pieces. 4) Finish off with the focal elements—we chose roses and waterlilies.

Elevate any space with an elegant DIY hoop wreath! To DIY: 1) Clip floral stems, leaving just enough to attach flowers to the ring with floral wire. 2) Arrange the florals, starting with the greenery. This gives the wreath its shape and fullness. 3) Add sturdy, textural pieces. 4) Finish off with the focal elements—we chose roses and waterlilies.

What a lovely way to bring the  Forrest inside. Add new treasures with each walk in the woods!

I’ve always loved the idea of hosting a wreath making party leading up to the holidays… gathering a group of friends to craft something pretty to decorate their homes, combined .read more

I am inspired...this is by a French embroiderer who is trying to revive the art of embroidery and give it a contemporary twist. Marvellous !

"Frederique Morrel has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist." - Thanks to "Pindred" Spirit Ashaley Lenora for this inspiring pin.

Tapestry Trends: Frédérique Morrel Tapestry Taxidermy - a look at the artist's home and studio, Image Source Tracy Lee Lynch

Last year in our final Trend Talk session, we were very fortunate to have stylist Tracy Lynch talk to us about the increasing popularity of tapestry trends

The Judgement of Soloman, Carpet Museum, Tehran,... always love the child more than you love your own self.

The Judgement of Soloman, Carpet Museum, Tehran,. always love the child more than you love your own self.

Esfahan Persian Rug, Buy Handmade Esfahan Persian Rug 2' 9" x 4' 1", Authentic Persian Rug

Esfahan Persian Rug, Buy Handmade Esfahan Persian Rug 2 9 x 4 Authentic Persian Rug

Culture Baluchi people Creation date about 1870 Collection Textiles Materials wool Dimensions 28 x 32 in. | 71.1 x 81.3 cm.

Culture Baluchi people Creation date about 1870 Collection Textiles Materials wool Dimensions 28 x 32 in.