Friday, August 26, 2016
Happy weekend! Have a lovely one. And a lovely space to spend it in, too — see the rest of it here.
(photo: claire esparros for homepolish. via oracle fox)
Home to jewelry designer Osanna Visconti di Modrone, her husband, the contemporary gallery owner Giangaleazzo Visconti and their youngest son, a 16th century Milan palazzo is a stunning blend of contemporary art and furnishings. Love this one. More here on The Telegraph.
(photography by fabrizio cicconi)
Thursday, August 25, 2016
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
A 1930's apartment in Warsaw, Poland, gets an update with a Paris accent, thanks to Marta Chrapka of the design studio Colombe Design. Love the playful approach — this is a stylish space that doesn't take itself too seriously. More here on Vogue Australia.
(photography by rafal lipski)
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
A peaceful space to think, breathe and dream. Located on a beach north of Copenhagen, the Vedbaek House III by Norm Architects is pretty much ideal for this. See the rest of it here.
(photo: norm architects)
Admiring this lovely beach scene by painter Teil Duncan today — so evocative of summer. See more of her work on her website here.
Monday, August 22, 2016
Admiring the stunning Masseria Moroseta B&B in Puglia today. Nestled in the hills of the Italian countryside, its rustic minimalist design is inspired by traditional farmhouses. Love this one. More about it here on Sight Unseen.
(photography by salva lópez)
Friday, August 19, 2016
Happy weekend! Have a lovely one. Looking forward to a relaxed one here, with plenty of loafing. See more of this lovely home here, too.
(photo by lina östling for sköna hem)
Thursday, August 18, 2016
This week's links. Enjoy.
A Luxe Modern Bachelor's Bungalow
Gorgeous Los Angeles home by Alice Cheng of interior design firm SHIALICE, featuring a minimalist modern aesthetic with a touch of glam here and there. Love.
11 Great Books to Help Creatives Unwind
Nice book list on the HOW magazine site to inspire and amuse.
The Moleskine Café
Picasso, Hemingway and Matisse were devoted to their black Moleskine notebooks, and now the iconic notebook maker has opened a café in Milan — one that actively encourages drawing, writing, or simply doodling.
A Secret History of Subterranean Sound
Fascinating article on The Quietus about the people who made library music in the UK — the often anonymous music that became favourite TV and film themes.
Self-Portrait With Wildlife
Animeyed is a self-portrait series with animals by Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi. Stunning images.
Good News, Futurama Nerds: The Morbotron!
First there was the Frinkiac, the Simpsons cartoon search engine that matches up your favourite quote with the right still image or gif. And now there's a Futurama version. Have fun.
One Bowl Chocolate Cake
Every week Food 52 features an heirloom recipe — dishes that have been shared from generation to generation. This beautifully simple recipe from Heidi Sze of Apples Under My Bed is easy and quick — perfect when you need cake and you need it now.
(photo: room of karma)
Too headache-y to work or read the other day, so broke out the watercolours for some much needed practice.
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Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Afternoon in an idyllic summer garden, wearing an idyllic summer dress. Photo by Nick Knight for Vogue UK. Read an article about a history of flowers in fashion here.
(via vogue uk)
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Trying out new dining spots. Wouldn't this be a great place to visit? It's Leo's in San Francisco — just love the confident and stylish mix of patterns and vintage pieces.
(photo via snippet and ink)
A small home with huge style today, with lots of clever storage solutions (like the breakfast nook with a fold down table) to create a real sense of space. Inspiring.
(photography by krista keltanen, styling by laura seppanen for smartti. via coco lapine design)