Today’s inspiration board is inspired by brunch, because you know, brunch makes everything better. I’ve been slowly redecorating my petite apartment around my favourite meal of the day, so I put together a bit of a want list here for brunch entertaining. I just purchased the kitchen cart (no. 2) from target and I absolutely love it! Perfect for small spaces and for entertaining (it has wheels!). All the items are linked below!
I find a lot of of my colour inspiration from beautiful photography. You can pull so many different colours from photos that the combinations are endless. When creating a palette grab your inspiration photo and try to pull like colours. I went for more muted tones here. You could have just as easily grabbed the brighter hues and used more pink, orange and cream undertones. It’s important to grab lighter and darker shades, as well as an accent colour for your palette. For this palette I’m using the rusty pink as my accent and paired it with different neutrals that don’t necessarily match but go. Anyways, happy designing!
I’m currently working on a rustic inspired project and thought I’d share some of my process work. I’m really loving the combination of rusty reds and bluey-greys in this moodboard. A combination I don’t usually use. Enjoy!
I love feather designs so I decided to create my own. This one is actually inspired by a necklace I own. I used a lot of different colours here. I was skeptical of the combinations at first, but it’s starting to grow on me. Happy designing!
I’ve been experimenting a lot with geometric shapes and typography lately so I thought I’d share a few of my more recent prints. The font is a variation on Code Light. I edited the font in illustrator by playing with the weighting and the shapes of some of the letters. Just a few changes and it looks like a new font! Two designs for you today. Take your pick and choose your device!