Vote 🗳 for our best 🔝photo and win a photoshoot! #linkinbio👆 Most clients know us because of our video 🎥projects, but did you know Makmende also has a great network of photographers 📸around the world? 🌍 Today we’re highlighting three beautiful photos made in Uganda, Myanmar and Ghana:
Jungle Corner 🌿 Plant inspo as to why every home should have plants!! 🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿 House plants have numerous benefits that help improve health, focus and wellbeing.
The key benefit of house plants is that plants help reduce negative air toxins. This means that indoor plants help purify air and make the air we breathe cleaner. As plants help purify the air in a space, this simultaneously means they also help avoid illness. Also the colour green makes us feel relaxed and at ease. House plants have this effect on us, creating a relaxed and calm atmosphere whenever houseplants are around. This can help dramatically reduce stress, anxiety and feelings of unease as a result. When working from home, or going through a stressful stage of life, house plants are a great subtle way to make you feel calm and set a serene atmosphere.
Similarly, house plants make any space more stimulating. While green can be a bright colour, it allows our minds to focus on the task at hand, creating a perfect work environment. Having plants in the workplace is a great idea as it means that the space is calming yet mentally stimulating and creative.
The older I get the more I appreciate being at home doing absolutely nothing ↡❁❂☆ . Boho Chic Stylin ✌🏾❁❂ #vibes . Im all about mixing hard dominant textures with soft materials. Mixing textures to your decor will bring the room together by giving it character and creating a mood. Texture mixing in decor is a powerful finishing tool when redecorating.. let me explain why... Technically everything in the home has a ‘texture’ but when interior designers say they add texture to a room they mean those pieces with surfaces that stand out from their surroundings and have a tactile quality. Texture in this sense can come from a variety of sources from soft fabrics and textiles with movement, to harder materials like wood and stone, on any touchable surface. I particularly like to use natural elements. My furniture is made from materials like stone, steel and wood and then I use linen or lace with some weaved cane for a balance by contrasting the hard and soft materials. One thing that is a must for every room in my home are plants, real or artificial plants, I'm all about the jungle lyfe 🌿🌱🌳🌴🌵I dont think you can ever have too many plants in your home (technically you can if you really overdid it but you get my drift). But by using these potted greenery of life as part of your decor you create a zen feel and they're beneficial for our mental and emotional state by making you feel calm and happy all whilst releasing the O2's keeping the air clean of course ... ✌🏼 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #instagramthem#photography#pilates#bondibeach#byronbay#beach#beautifulbeaches#paradise#beautifulislands#yoga#plantbased#coffee#beautifuldestinations#meditate#luxurydestinations#whitesandbeach#bohemian#homebeautiful#frenchbulldog#interiordesign#gourmetfood#luxurydestinations#breathtakingview#pilatesbody#travel#wine#beautifuldecor#wanderlust#beautifulphotography#decor