Introducing the new (to me at least), incredible, Lorena Canals WASHABLE rugs! Wait…did I just write “WASHABLE” and RUG in one sentence!? Yes indeed I did! Just you wait til I tell you more! But for the moment, I’ll let you pick up your jaw from the ground. ;) I know…she’s a beaut.
Hi, I have pink chairs now – correction, Article Pink Lily Svelti chairs – am I cool yet? Um, c’mon, just LOOK AT THEM! Sleek, tapered black metal legs, high quality moulded seats…and yes, they’re comfy! They wouldn’t go in our dining room if not. I FREAKING LOVE THEM! They’ve completely brightened up my dining room and have brought joy and happiness to my home and life – ok, a bit overboard, but they’ve totally added a fun, cheery flair to our dining room!
This young Blackpool native is nothing short of a sensation. I discovered her a bit late to the game, unfortunately, while listening to the newest Bombay Bicycle Club record (she’s the female lead in “Luna”, in which she is absolutely AMAZING), and I haven’t disliked a single song of hers yet! (Don’t plan on it either.) Morris’ sound is sophisticated, delicate, and classy, all while garnering refreshing elements to her tunes. At times she reminds me a tad bit of Bjork, dare I say!
“I’d say that I’m a singer songwriter primarily; I play piano and build the sound from there. I’m a little obsessed with the combination of organic and synthetic; beautiful raw piano with delicate electronic elements and rhythm..” said Rae in a recent interview done by The Tab.
One of the main reason why I love Rae; her ability to fuse various styles of music together flawlessly. She maintains this beautiful, classic sound, and yet still surprises you with her many talents. Not to mention, she possesses the ability to awe you with her striking beauty and style…and that hair. Oh, that hair!
The video, in combination with Morris’ stationary, mannequin-like poses, and stop motion becomes less of a query in search of an answer and more of a statement on loneliness, relationships and communication. “I wanted people to be able to feel the discomfort and awkwardness of feeling misunderstood,” says Morris. “I wanted people to see me as a mannequin shining on the outside but with the inside well hidden.