Back from Shenzhen, freshen up and ready to hit the town. ALRIGHT! I have to say that I am super in love with this hotel! Gloucester Hotel is a four-star hotel located in the commercial and business hub, Wan Chai. It is super cozy and elegant! Hubby definitely chose the right place!
The area is very lively and has many restaurants, clubs, and pubs. We had Indonesian food and just walked around the area and to Lee Hung Avenue to see the fake snow. It is super crowded, well it is Christmas!
The next day, my auntie invited us for a Christmas dinner at her home in Lantau Island. We had a bit of time so we went out early to discover more places.
We walked from our hotel to Tama Park and Victoria Harbour then to the pier to take the ferry. It was a long walk, and I am soooo glad I wore my Sketchers
(i promised i will get rid of my boots!). The skyline is sooo beautiful! Arguably better than Singapore!
I know that colour is a one of the most tricky thing to get right and many of us lack confidence and the know-how when incorporating it into our own homes and interior design styles.
Green is the colour you find in nature the most abundant and it is related to life, fertility, nature, harmony and freedom. It is the most relaxing colour to the eye. It give you the feeling of being connected to nature and feeling safe, calm, relax and it is oh, so refreshing!
Using green in interior design with appropriate other shades of green or with other colours with a well contoured destination may have special effects.
Use this colour especially when you want to inspire a fresh and natural atmosphere.
Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better
Abstract paintings are always top sellers when it comes to which art styles sell the best. This can be evidenced in the type of paintings our customers request the most. Abstract art may just look like random splotches of colour on a canvas, but for the artist, creating the artwork is a means of expressing their creative energy and emotion. Some viewers may choose to buy abstract art because they feel a connection with the colours, forms, texture and energy the artwork exudes. Or, they just simply want to beautify their surroundings.
Abstract art is probably one of the easiest art styles to display in your home due to the lack of a defined subject matter and complexity. It’s a great starter piece if you’re just starting to purchase oil paintings. It may seem a little intimidating when it comes to displaying your abstract painting; ‘Where should I hang it?’ ‘Will it match with the rest of my décor?’ and other concerns, but don’t worry, the beginning of anything is always pretty puzzling.
If your furniture is made up of neutral tones then a vibrant and colourful abstract painting is a sure-fire way of introducing some colour into your interior. The bright painting will not necessarily clash with your furniture, but instead create a nice contrast.
There are boundless opportunities and reasons to surround yourself with beautiful things. So go ahead and add some colour to your world.
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It can be difficult to know for sure how a painting will look like on your wall before actually purchasing it. Naturally you’d want to spend a lot of time contemplating on which painting will look best, but what happens when it finally arrives at your home and it’s all ready to be hung up and.. and you realised that the colours doesn't match, or worst ... it's not the right size!
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We offer a Photoshop service where we superimpose your suggested paintings onto your wall. We created this service for you for FREE, so you can visualise how your favourite paintings will look like on your wall. All you have to do is sent us the picture of your wall and 3-4 of your favourite paintings and we will do the magic for you!
The initial weeks of festivity and joy of Hari Raya have passed, and many have already returned to the hustle and bustle of daily life. Some might even find themselves experiencing the Hari Raya blues. You realise how boring and unsatisfactory work is, you feel tired and depressed, with strong feelings of nostalgia remembering the happiness you felt on the first day of Hari Raya. Does this sound familiar? Post vacation blues may result in a lack of motivation to do absolutely anything. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there.
So, what can be done to get you back on track? First, why not take a look at the appearance of your workspace. Whether you're working from home or at an office, or even just a student putting off doing that pesky assignment, creating a productive working space will have a positive effect on your work ethic and work quality, and choosing the right colour scheme is definitely a good start to aid in increasing that productivity.
But why is the choice of colour so important? Research has shown that colour does in fact have some effect on our moods, feelings and behaviours (verywellmind.com). Do you feel anxious in a yellow room? Does the colour blue make you feel calm and relaxed? By understanding basic colour psychology, choosing the appropriate colours for productivity will get you pumped up and eager to devour your next task.
Here are some suggested colours to use for your workspace.