Everyday Style With Beija Flor

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There's nothing that love more than interior décor … well, perhaps food and travel, but if you've been following this site for years, then you are well aware of my passion for homeware 

Since fixing up our home, details have been incremental and progressive in terms of little tasks; therefore, a halt in the process has begun due to timing schedules. With that being said, there are still ways to maintain bits of style in everyday living.  

One way to do so is by setting the table. My tables are generally always set in some way, and in the formal dining area, I like to have a casual setup if I am not entertaining. To me, styling the table casually doesn't mean that I compromise on colour or wholly on aesthetic.  

Beija Flor was instrumental in helping me with a couple of small décor changes whilst other home production happenings occurMaya Kunyevskythe founder and designer of Beija Flor created the company nearly over a decade ago, which developed into the lifestyle brand that it is today. The designs are a testament to the brand's success; there's also a comprehensive range of global culture that is expressed in each collection. 

There are many reasons to fall in love with their piecesI've been an adherent of the brand for years; they produce timeless pieces that are modern and functional without compromising on quality or innovation.  

From ornate wall tiling to raw flooring, the offerings are quite diverse and includes a range of African, Nordic, and even marble inspired designsThese beautiful pieces came straight from Northern Israel, where the brand (is headquartered and) has a studio in an eco-village.  

This floor mat is one of my favourites. When selecting which style and colour, I went for black and white because the mat is striking by the design motif alone. I also knew that I would want the mat for multiple uses until areas of the home were finalised, be it in the kitchen, in the foyer or in my art studio. 

 

My version of entertaining wouldn't be the same without adding a little playfulness and elegance to the table. These charming blue and white placemats are quite unique and also carry the lustrous aesthetic yet still suitable for daily dining.  

One of the best elements of both of these printed pieces is the fact that they are household friendly. The tile printed floor mat, as well as the cross-stitch family placemat has an easy clean-up feature with the vinyl material. The vinyl sheets are wonderful and essentially great if you have children or if something spills. Simply wipe away with a paper cloth or floor sweeper for cleaning. 


What do you think of these Beija Flor pieces?


The goodsSo4-Modern Floor Mat in black and white, and Cross Stitch Placemats-Provided by Beija Flor, a FASHION TALES partner. All content and opinions are honestly expressed and my own. 

*Can you believe these beautiful flowers were almost two weeks old? If you're wondering what I do with some of my old blooms, I dried them out. Visit this page here for a great DIY.

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