Well, we made it to February and can breathe a sigh of relief. Mercury Retrograde is over and it is officially the Year of the Water Tiger. If that isn't cause for a bit of weekend celebration!
Inspired by the Chinese New Year, here are some of my red & yellow (Chinese auspicious colors) picks to welcome in the New Year.
'Water Tiger' comes from the Tiger’s five elements (Gold, Wood, Water, Fire and Earth) . 2022 is the Year of the Water Tiger, indicating a prosperous year ahead due to the Tiger’s auspicious signs of strength, exorcising evils and braveness.
All the more cause for celebration!
Shop the Board:
one. A balancing face oil from this new-to-me line is available at natural beauty mecca CAP and perfect for the dry winter months
two. A stunning stationary studio whose custom work reflects the designer's love of simplicity and color palette
three. Brooklyn based artist Olivia Wendell translates her hand-painted art into whimsical textiles
four. Scalamandre's ever-classic Tiger fabric is now available in a ready-made easily accessible pillow
five. The past art of "hand-made" bags returns with a collection by Italian designer Francesca Romana Palermo- all bags are made to order in small towns between Tuscany and Rome
six. Change up your sconce or chandelier shades with these festive ones in my favorite Les Touches fabric
seven. Modern Matter serves up hand-crafted hardware for luxury living and this brass semi-circle set makes a chic statement
eight. The perfect light sunscreen to wear in the sun or on the slopes
nine. Designer Joanna Buchanan is heavily influenced from her childhood spent in Hong Kong and these coasters are the epitome of chinoiserie chic