Awesome and beautifull dip-dyed feathers by Ellie Mae called ryan+michelle+ellie. About her blog: “ I use this space to document our newly married adventures, our ups & downs, and our imperfections. I also like to blog about fashion, food, interior design, DIY projects, music, and everything in-between!” A lovely personal blog filled with nice ideas!
A same feather dip-dye idea by James from Bluebird Vintage. This was for her (Amazing!) wedding. I will nog hesitate if I tell you this is my favourite blog. She seems to have a great live with her gorgeous husband and four kids. And she even does outfit posts with the whole family. (soon Nashville, Tennessee) Please check her blog to understand what a mean and why I love her blog and the pictures of ‘a perfect wedding’ (part 1 & part 2) –
A wonderfull DIY with dryed flowers and leaves by Pia Jane Bijkerk. She has a beautifull blog and Pia is an internationally acclaimed stylist, photographer and author specializing in interiors, still life & food. She uses her home as her workshop. Her interior stuff and DIY are very inspiring and worth spreading!
A real nice idea I came across are these half painted leaves by Iiiinspired. A blog where you can expect fashion, photo, fine art and illustration, design, home decor, graphic design and typography, crafts, color inspirations, mood collections and quotes. A bit of everything but sure nice stuff to get inspired.
Here it is.. the first outfit shared with you this new year! I thought it was time to show you some nice new items.. and of course some changes like the purple hair I just dyed, the hair cut and the noise ring.
All items here I never shared with you before. I recently bought this coat from Zara. It was a true search to find a coat that was warm, fashionable and ‘me’ at the same time. After a search on the internet without much success it took me a day browsing through all the stores in Eindhoven. I eventually came back for the first coat that caught my eye. And if I’m happy with it? Hell yes, it suits everything and is warm as well.. worth the search for sure.
This army green beanie, as well as a same one I have in dark blue, are two of my favourite items this winter. I love to wear beanies, as you all know! My hair gets a little thin and fluffy in this time of year, so a nice ‘cover-up’ as well haha.
How I love these exotic tiled floors! They always remind me of Cuba and Italy.. warm countries where they have stone tiled floors so it stay’s cool inside. They have the most beautiful graphic shapes, patterns and colours and instantly give a specific look to an interior.
This is probably going to be the last interior post of 2012. The year in which I made a turn of interest. Where I decided to shift from blogging mostly about fashion to interior, in which I graduated and had the most wonderfull 4 months of my life traveling through Thailand, Lao, Vietnam, Cambodia and Indonesia.
This is the 3rd interior post consisting of accessories and furniture from my own home. A concept that I hopefully can turn into a bigger thing by featuring other peoples’ interiors the coming years.
Branches & Jars – DIY Leather Bag – Thrift store (Emmaus) Painting & Chair – dumpster dived
Hyperjulia is a blog that shows all the stuff that inspires me. From interior to fashion and from daily stuff to photography and inspiring quotes.
The person behind the blog?
Well I'm a busy and ambitious petit twenty-something girl, with the urge to share everything that I think is awesome, beautiful or in any way inspiring to all people. I freelance in graphic design and interior styling under the alias 'Studio Hyper Julia'
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