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We are having guests this weekend and today also. I have to admit I am excited because lately it's been all work, work and work with brief moments of relaxation which didn't feel as good as it might be because I felt beat before I could enjoy it. So I am excited to spend some time with our friends, chat a little, may be watch a movie and everything. We are not going to do anything big (we have other friends for that, to be loud and fun) but in case you have a big and noisy party situation you might want to make photos. Party at home is not always as pretty as you want it to be especially if you don't have dining planned. I have to admit I like ordering pizza if we really need to eat, all other moments we don't really eat and just enjoy ourselves with games and conversations (and that is I believe the biggest bonus of being a non-drinking person). So no matter how cute your house is often on photos it looks worse and you have a lot of unwanted parts on the display: power-cords, chairs moved, dog toys, etc. I have a quicky to make it all better and yes I have told you about it before. Think screens. It is very useful for that situation as well. For the party what do you think about brick fabric backdrop. Bricks gives me loft atmosphere and it is enjoyable at any given moment. After all if you party might enjoy loft as a style why don't you get a brick wall. Plus as a style blogger I have to admit almost each and every personal style and fashion blogger has a photo or two with a brick wall.


If classic red brick wall doesn't ring a bell why don't go for something more industrial and even more edgy, super edgy if you as me. Grey brick backdrop seams perfect to me if you are looking for something with more of a cool vibe.
If you want something more laid back but also brick try colorful options. It looks super cute and fits even more possible options. or a graffiti, graffiti is definitely on point even if you are not a graffiti person. If you go for something more classy how about old brick wall backdrop. It is an option too.
I hope you'll have best possible time and enjoy the upcoming holidays and weekend. I hope it is not too stressful and if it is share your worries with people. Anyway, drop me a line in comments: I read all.

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brick backdrop from Starbackdrop

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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