Loving the subtle use of golden accents in these interiors.
Sunday, 31 October 2010
Saturday, 30 October 2010
It's a colour I have never really liked in interiors before, but lately I have had an absolute obsession with yellow. It has to be just a small hit of mustard yellow, and I love it together with grey or black.
Image 1-12 via: Pinterest
Image 13: Copyright Al Greenall, may not be reproduced without the permission of the artist.
Thursday, 28 October 2010
As part of the October challenge over on Design Refuge I have tried to define what my style is and I have come up with this: Scandinavian eclectic with the occasional hit of colour. Cosy textiles and warm woods. A mix of design classics, treasured family heirlooms, flea-market finds and IKEA.
Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Feast your eyes on the dark and moody hues of Location78. This East London house has been specially styled for location hire by photographer Graham Atkins-Hughes and stylist Jo Atkins-Hughes. Stunning!
Tuesday, 26 October 2010
These stunning and luxurious interiors are from Lonny, a bimonthly online magazine focusing on lifestyle and home decor. Available for free online, the magazine is an absolute feast of extraordinary interiors and beautiful photography. Take a look!
These lovely oak pieces are hand made by Another Country, a small Dorset based furniture company. This is their first collection, drawing inspiration from a mix of British Country, Shaker, Scandinavian and Japanese woodwork. They also work to strict environmentally friendly principles, using FSC certified wood, natural latex mattresses and organic lambswool from farms in Devon and Dorset. I like companies who care about green matters. My personal favorite is the daybed in the image above. So simple, so pretty.
Saturday, 23 October 2010
Friday, 22 October 2010
Thursday, 21 October 2010
These lovely pieces are made by award winning British furniture makers, Dare Studio. I love the dark woods and the simple shapes. The attention to detail is amazing, pure craftsmanship.
Photo: Peter J. Morgan
Wednesday, 20 October 2010
The guys at Yorkshire based naughtone have long been favorites of mine. They produce beautiful pieces of furniture, with excellent eco credentials, using local and natural materials wherever possible. Their new catalogue is currently out.