How satisfying would it be to be able to create something incredible using whatever material you just happened to pick up? Aurore de la Morinerie can and I’m very jealous. Here’s the evidence….. Advertisements
I’m not entirely sure where these images originate from but I got them from interior junkie. However since it’s written in dutch I’m still none the wiser. The graphic prints and practical living all spells Scandinavian living but I could be wrong. Either way…love it!
I’ve been feeling so guilty of late from my lack of posting, so I was delighted when I found Ivy Jacobsen’s paintings on Pinterest, they are so beautiful they just have to be shared. There’s a real sense of underwater tranquility – totally mesmerising! For some reason, perhaps due to the murky backdrops, “The Waterbabies” comes to mind. I’m just waiting for a little mermaid to pop out out of a giant Allium.
“It’s not about rules; it’s about soul”, says Alina Preciado, proud owner of this fabulous loft in Brooklyn. A former textile warehouse, this abode is now littered with trinkets, art and sculpture from around the world, creating a perfect artistic fusion between the loft’s industrial past and it’s bohemian present. Trish, this one’s for you….. Images Mark Seelen & Chris A Dorsey
I love this apartment in Madrid, belonging to photographer Manolo Yllera. You’d have to be pretty confident in your freestyle doodling to go to town on your walls though. But I guess thats what white paint is for – let the game’s begin! Images by Manolo Yllera
Nestled in the olive groves of Southern Italy stands a traditional stone lamia with a difference. Renovated by architect Marco Constanzi, original dusty pink pietra di Lecce stone shimmers under starry beams of light. Enjoy… Photography: Mads Mogensen
Categories: Interiors • Tags: Cote Maison, Country Living Modern Rustic, craft, culture, design, diy, Inspiration, Interiors, lifestyle, Mads Mogensen, Marco Constanzi, photography, style, travel, vintage
Fancy a victorian verandah, a rolled top bath, just a stone’s throw from your bedside? Then check out this stunning Australian 1860s miner’s cottage styled by Kali Cavanagh. Sometimes you just can’t beat period features… Photography by Armelle Habib
I’m currently writing a feature on why fashion illustration is making a comeback in the industry and I have been digging and digging for all kinds of info. In fact, so much so, that my kitchen table is now littered with clippings, print outs, magazines and books. I don’t think I’m in the domestic good books right now! Anyway, I came across this great little video by H&M about illustrator Sara Singh and it’s pure inspiration for anyone wanting to […]
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This just might be the week that my beloved windows are installed – just in the nick of time, as we seem to have dived straight into autumn. My vision for the kitchen was to strive for an industrial look and, when we first thought of placing a full length window to the side of the extension, all I could think about was those gorgeous leaded windows you find in old warehouses. It raised a few eyebrows since traditionally the […]