{lighten UP!}

As you may know by now, we’re huge fans of multipurpose-ing {lol}, and with that being said, we instinctively knew that we must showcase these illuminated beauties in a way that honors who they were in their past lives, and how they’ve now been reincarnated! These vintage bottles, bulbs and canisters are from all around the globe, from little villages and towns, and have served many different purposes, but now they have masterfully been transformed into modern ways to light up your way!  We hope you’ll find inspiration from these charming pieces and multipurpose your life, afterall recycling is essential in our daily lives.  We admire the effort to give new life to something old, and that’s part of the reason we’re so excited and jazzed about these spectacular finds! On that note, be sure to lighten UP and do your part when and where you can!

XO, Tresors De Luxe www.tresorsdeluxe.com (where style and affordability meet their match!)

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images via pintrest xo!

From house to HOME!

If you haven’t seen any of Nancy Meyers films, you’re going to be in for a real treat when you do!  The Holiday, It’s Complicated &  Something’s Gotta Give are just a few of her writer, producer and director credits, and they happen to some of the most functional, comfortably designed sets we’ve seen!  She has a distinct asthetic that is reflective of a relaxed, effortlessly chic lifestyle, and then can turn a little English cottage into a dreamy retreat most would swoon over.

Her films are full of warm, inviting spaces in a laid~back Californian charm. These enviable spaces were graced by Cameron Diaz, Meryl Streep, Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton, just to name a few. 

Here are a few examples of why Hollywood keeps calling her back! 

Enjoy…

We’re O.I.L.( officially in love )

We’ve been wanting to discuss one of the singular most famous architects of the 19th and 20th century, the one and only Antonio Gaudi, for quite some time now.  He now has become an international superstar whose work continues to inspire audiences throughout the world, and whose name evades very few!

Born in Reus, in Catalonia, he graduated in Barcelona in 1878 and this city became the center of his world. One important aspect is his capacity as designer.  This led him to create all those elements making up architectural space – wrought iron, furniture, stained glass, sculptural work, mosaics, ceramics and so on – within an organic and gothic concept of decoration and with the integration of these elements into the construction process.  The sea landscape was one of his most preferred inspirations, which is evident from the constant movement his shapes and angles.

We feel compelled to share just a few of our favorite living and breathing works of art with YOU,  so you can see why we’re O.I.L. with this gothic mastermind and visonary…Mr. Antonio Gaudi.

XO! ~ Trèsors De Luxe!

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