cookieOptions = {We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners Google Privacy Policies}; trendkharkov: 2016

Dec 29, 2016

Nadia Ambrozyak. Jewelry of passing year

Production of ceramic jewelry for me is a way to dive into my inner world, to dream, to relax and just to have a great time because I love what I do and it brings great pleasure and mood.

Dec 8, 2016

Conifers in bouquets

Cones and branches of thuja, cypress, juniper, and, of course, pine and fir-tree long time ago took their honorable place in winter bouquets. Thanks to the variety of sizes and textures of needles they perfectly complement the beauty and grace of rose, orchid, peony, eustoma and amaryllis petals.

Nov 21, 2016


Succulents are beautiful and unusual plants that can live for days under the burning desert sun without any water drop. They look like malachite flower came to life.

Nov 3, 2016

Alexander Shvetsov about food carving

Painter, sculptor, animator, teacher of Film and Television subjects Alexander Shvetsov inspires to learn and develop new "territories" of creativity

Oct 25, 2016


Why freesia is often called a flower of aristocrats? It deserves this title. Thin graceful steams keep elegant flowers that look especially noble. In old times freesia was so expensive that only royal persons could afford to admire them into own greenhouses.

Feb 2, 2016

PlumArt: vitamins for wardrobe

Jewelry with juicy berries and fruits elements 
just require to feel yourself perfect any time of the year

Jan 23, 2016

Inspiration: Bullfinches

Mysterious symbols of winter from happy childhood times, for many people just pictures from old school book or postcards from grandmother’s treasure box, inspire designers of all kinds of areas.
See also: