Like me, I you stopped grueling DIY (or something considerably more pleasant) last evening in time to see the super-moon’s climactic annual parogee, at its closest rotation to earth at 221,802 miles from Earth – that’s over 15,000 miles closer than its average rotation!
It was so inspiring that long after nodding out from sheer exhaustion, dreamy images of water-colored indigo-noir and ombre images stilled danced in my head. I was not the only one inspired by this ethereal annual spectacle, made all the more dramatic by its coincidental appearance on Cinco de Mayo.
On the interiorholic blog, I read:
“Everyone in Japan affected by the earthquake prayed to the super moon, the biggest full moon in a cycle of 18 years.‘The moon’ is the light of our hope.”
The accompanying image featured a 3-D LED lit model, created from topographical data compiled from Kaguya’s accurate 3D topographic data of the moon!
This just had me at “Hello”!
I thought you all might enjoy taking home some of that Bella Luna inspiration ode to the moon’s annual parogee:
You can also go with a less sledge-hammer interpretation for that lunar-inspired vibe.
Everything about this room says full moon…
The designers guild ombre rug is so much softer than the lunar surface underfoot!
The lunar landscape is while foreboding in space in inviting and romantic in this stylish retreat…
Wow – the moon really is made of swiss cheese!
Good Night Moon….
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- Pictures Of The Supermoon, As The Whole World Saw It (npr.org)
- The Supermoon Will Shine Tonight (buzzfeed.com)
- Sighting the Supermoon (realruth.wordpress.com)
- The Supermoon and Cinco de Mayo (3rdculturechildren.com)
- Did You Happen To Catch Last Night’s Supermoon? (buzzfeed.com)
- Supermoon Pictures From Around the World (beyondhonolulu.com)