its that time of the year when everyone feels Irish!
here's a grassy green irish isle inspired haven for your wee one.
green, green green, a pot o'gold to sit upon, celtic lullabies & sweet dreams.
"May the leprechauns be near you, to spread luck along your way. And may all the Irish angels, smile upon you on St. Patrick's Day" - unknown
art: droozstudio/oopsy daisy "sweet dreams toile" in green
nitelight: droozstudio/oopsy daisy "sweet dreams toile" in green (a wee light for the wee ones)
door tag: "backyard" - drooz studio (sometimes you just need to pretend you are in Ireland - sitting in your own grassy green backyard!)
crib bedding: modern berries in spring green by Oilo - Rosenberry Rooms
rug: colorful wave oasis : rosenberry rooms (reminded me of the rocky coasts of the Emerald Isle)
wink doll: rosenberry room: BlaBla (part owl... part leprechaun?)
metallic gold pouf: furbish (like a pot o' gold to sit upon)
grassy green shade/lamp: no longer availbale... but i loved it anyway! Lamp Gustaf
LUCK print: etsy Lucius art
Lullaby CD: Celtic dreamland - Putumayo kids- amazon
crocheted leprechaun hat: find pattern here. adorable, huh?
over the years i have designed hundreds of paintings, patterns, items.
my thought process of creating something new often originates in, places i've travelled, special items i have collected, an experience i've been privileged with, my children and their
ever-changing interests, the design challenge to combine classic & trend,or a precious memory i'd like to make last forever.
combined with my great love of decor & home.. and the fact that my art is often turned into products & art for decor, i have to admit my biggest inspiration when creating a new design is to imagine the room or space my work may inhabit someday. envision it live.
the story it will help tell. the visual journey it may invoke.
the place it will adorn & the items it will share it with.
the way it might make one swoon.
this year i will "attempt" a weekly "SWOON w drooz"...
a new space, place, or experience inspired by my artwork each week.