Love Aesthetics

June 26, 2016


love aesthetics table setting 1

love aesthetics table setting 2

love aesthetics table setting 3

Glass fractures DIY
Concrete Blanket Love Aesthetics Atelier
images by Ivania

Chairs to me are what shoes are to Carry Bradshaw -but- sometimes it is more fun without them. The vibe instantly becomes relaxed and literally laid back. Dinners closer to the floor with lots of pillows and blankets around are the cosiest, the funnest, the ones that get out of hand time-wise.

This time I put the concrete blanket on the table instead of on the floor, soft texture looks so fantastic against the reflective glass and sharp looking fractures that serve as platters. The thick green glass is an ongoing theme in our home; a slender overbed table, in our kitchen cupboards, and the biggest piece being this coffee-table in the living room.

Admittedly, I also do these indoor picnics (more often on the floor) when I run out of time but dinner has to be served on time for the kid. So what was initially going to be a boring-fast-sandwich-dinner, becomes instant fun. Specially in the middle of winter. I am yet to travel to Japan and experience some real floor culture – but for now – our own floor is also pretty comfy.



  1. Renz says:

    extremely excited for your Japan trip 🙂

  2. Jay says:

    Eating in a more relaxed manner, closer to the floor, why not? I love transparent plates. You decorated the table in a beautiful minimalistic way.

  3. […] all things shattered and fractures, it has slowly become an ongoing theme; bricks, concrete, glass, glass, plaster casts to mirrors. I’m so happy to add an edible fracture to this […]

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