I found a couple of photos of my apartment from when I had just moved in. I hadn’t even unpacked or decided where exactly to place my furniture when these photos were taken. This was before renovations. Before I bought most of the furniture I have today. It’s hard to see anything of the home I have today in these pictures.
I found these on Etsy in this shop. Aren’t they adorable? I haven’t got the room for something like this in my home but it made me think about making a Halloween tree this year. Just paint a branch black and hang some gothic stuff in it. I’ve seen others do that and thought it would be a fun project.
The other day I bought new shoes on a store closing sale. The boots costed 200 SEK (€24 $30) and the sneakers 50 SEK (€6 $7).
Emilie Autumn released a new album this week. So far I’ve only heard one song from it but if the rest of the album is as good as this song it’s awesome.
Emilie Autumn – Time for Tea
What do you think? Do you like the song? Are you a fan of Emilie?
I just found the most wonderful furniture manufacturer. They’re called Black & White and sell super elegant contemporary furniture with a 16th century and gothic twist. Everything is sooo beautiful! If I had the money I’d decorate my entire home in this style.
Ever wanted a skull to place in your book case, to get that mystical and gothic feeling in your home? But why stop there? When you can make a chandelier out of bones. Or maybe a coat of arms. Heck, why not hang some human skull garlands in the ceiling as well? Sound a bit extreme? Well that’s exactly what they used bones to make in the Sedelec Ossuary.
The Sedlec Ossuary, located beneath a cemetery in Kutná Hora, Czech Republic, is a ossuary containing the bones from between 40,000 and 70,000 people. The bones are used making creative artworks and decorations. The following photos are from the official site.