haute couture air.

‘love’ may be an understatement when it comes to decorating. painting and furniture and artwork and throw pillows and….

it’s fun to make the most of my spaces, and have had two apartments to work on in the last three years. because i rent, i’m unable to play with the wall colours. that’s where décor comes into play.

lampe berger.this is my newest – a beautiful lampe berger paris piece. the casing catches and reflects light thanks to the alternation of meshes. under the mesh is a transparent lamp body to accentuate the lamp’s shininess.

this shiny pewter chain-link feature is more than a haute couture sculpture. it also purifies the air giving you better air quality by removing air pollutant molecules.

Canadians are spending 90% of their time indoors! (this fact scares me, i love my mountains and parks and rivers) most people, however, are unaware of the effects that poor indoor air quality can have on their health.

this beautiful piece is a quick and sure solution to cleanse the air in your home by truly destroying undesirable smells, while at the same time diffusing delicate indoor fragrances.

lampe berger.


one of my favourite things about it is that it is multi-functional. unlike the plug-into-the-wall type of room scent, lampe berger is a beautiful addition to every room. you’d never know it wasn’t solely a decorative art piece.

and they really are art pieces. the brand works with many designers on a daily basis in order to renew its collection. by tapping into artists of many different background, 15 new models are created every year, each one requiring 18 months of work.

so my nightstand has this new fixture, and instead of gym shoes and cooking smells, my apartment has a clean fresh scent left behind by my lemon bubbles oil. think homemade lemonade. a zesty and sparkling combination of lemony notes and a floral heart, a combination my nose loves, as proved by my essential oils experience at neal’s yard remedies.

have you thought about your quality of air in your home?