Fill your kitchen with catwalk colours
Just when you thought kitchens would stay
neutral for good, colour is making a comeback with 2018 set to be bold and beautiful.
While the trend for grey lives on, this
year's must have colours provide the perfect contrast, giving the space a sense of character and drawing the eye to a particular
Colours are hot news on the kitchen
catwalk – from soft pastel-inspired Vintage Rose, to deep and meaningful Mulberry – teamed with a grey or white colour palette it is a shade that works in any setting. Blending
feminine style with cutting edge design, pink and purple are the perfect hues for creating a warm, welcoming environment where everyone can feel at home.
Pluridisciplinary Lebanese Composer and visual artist Zad Moultaka represents Lebanon at the 57th International
Contemporary Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale with a most powerful looking monumental piece, 'SamaS', pictured above..
The Lebanese Pavilion is especially popular this year...
Curated by Art Historian Emanuel Dayde, the sparkling work is said to 'combine musical invention with visual research, in a radical approach in which technology is born
from the archaic...'
While awaiting news of the chosen artist to sculpt Princess Diana's memorial sculpture for Kensington gardens, let's trace Diana's style journey right now, at the very special
exhibition of her outfits before and after her marriage to the Prince of Wales.
Visitors to the Kensington Palace exhibition from April 2017 to 2018 are also in for a treat this spring and summer, with a stunning White Garden, which celebrates how Princess
Diana loved the garden and was always talking to the gardners and encouraging them in the splended work they did.
Complimenting the palace’s exhibition, Diana: Her Fashion Story, the garden was planted with flowers and foliage inspired by memories of the Princess’s life, image and style. Spring planting
included an elegant palette of tulips and scented narcisii through a carpet of 'forget me nots'. In the summer, pots of classic English white roses surrounding the reflective pool in the centre
of the garden and the planting became more exuberant, with glowing ornamental grasses weaving through Cosmos daisies and billows of graceful Gaura.
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