Bali has a lot to offer for sun worshippers and beach bums. But it is also a very good place to pick up new/old ideas. Like the inventory at the sports bar next to the hotel. Chairs and tables are made out of wood and painted old to get that rustic feeling. I like it and the husband likes the English football on the tv’s. Everybody’s happy.
So simple and so decorative. Wonder what I have, so that I can make something similar.
A little shop in LP had these cool “signs”. Made me think of all the cool things one can make from this method. I am gonna start with brodery when I get back home. Looking forward to make fun patterns.
All over Luang Prabang you see women making flower arrangements for offerings. The going color here for the time being is orange. Together with the green palm leaves they make very nice and colorful arrangements.
Arrived in Luang Prabang this afternoon. Just across the street from our hotel is a nice little cafe with lots of creative decorations.
Saw these very nice wooden cutting boards at the market in Vang Vieng. I want to try and make some when I get home. Anybody else want to join in?
This is the interior from an Austrian and Loa restaurant in Vang Vieng. The “see through” bamboo wall makes the light fall nicely over the interior. Also love the iron pole decorations in “the window”.
The green light bulbs is from a small cafe and they shone so brightly in the dark. Made me happy.
This cafe had shut down as the owner had moved back to Japan. But the sign was still there. Like the nature look and simplicity in the nails. Where can I make something like this back home?
Saw these very cool lamps just outside our hotel. Love the way the shadows appears. Want to try and make one when I get back home.