Giulia Prad

Giulia Prad

Giulia Prad
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Non essendo ancora riuscita a trovare un lampadario che si adattasse al mio arredamento, ma non potendone più di vedere una lampadina penzol...

Non essendo ancora riuscita a trovare un lampadario che si adattasse al mio arredamento, ma non potendone più di vedere una lampadina penzol...

DIVANO FAI DA TE CON I PALLET come utilizzare i pallet per arredare, idee di arredo tuttoferramenta

DIVANO FAI DA TE CON I PALLET come utilizzare i pallet per arredare, idee di arredo tuttoferramenta

Come decorare la casa con mobili fai da te ricavati da materiali di recupero a costo zero... o quasi

Come decorare la casa con mobili fai da te ricavati da materiali di recupero a costo zero... o quasi

Henri Cartier-BressonView profileFRANCE. Paris. 14th arrondissement. Rue d'Alésia. Swiss painter and sculptor, Alberto GIACOMETTI. 1961.

Henri Cartier-BressonView profileFRANCE. Paris. 14th arrondissement. Rue d'Alésia. Swiss painter and sculptor, Alberto GIACOMETTI. 1961.

Paris 1959 Henri Cartier-Bresson

Paris 1959 Henri Cartier-Bresson

Customizando una camiseta

Customizando una camiseta

DIY+Free+Printable+Fox+Notepad+from+Bugaboo+City

DIY+Free+Printable+Fox+Notepad+from+Bugaboo+City

ROBERT DOISNEAU par cathy7302 blog (savoie)

ROBERT DOISNEAU par cathy7302 blog (savoie)

I have an issue with throwing things out, especially clothes. When I go through my (extremely messy) closet and find something I haven’t worn in years, the logical solution would be to donate it or give it away to a friend. And yet, I always think I can transform it into some brand-new, one-of-a kind piece of clothing that looks like I bought it at some boutique. It honestly baffles me that people spend hundreds of dollars on a pair of shorts just because they have some cute design on them.

I have an issue with throwing things out, especially clothes. When I go through my (extremely messy) closet and find something I haven’t worn in years, the logical solution would be to donate it or give it away to a friend. And yet, I always think I can transform it into some brand-new, one-of-a kind piece of clothing that looks like I bought it at some boutique. It honestly baffles me that people spend hundreds of dollars on a pair of shorts just because they have some cute design on them.

Juliette Greco, 1948.

Juliette Greco, 1948.