I kind of have a slight obsession with wallpaper – but Black Crow Studios take’s it to a whole other level. Creating beautiful watercolours, you can use them on your walls, partitions, screens and doors. No other decoration needed: All photo’s are from their website, and thanks to Lana for the introduction.
There is something about a good studio\workshop space that makes me go week at the knees: Click on the images to be taken to its source.
Since I can remember (i.e. the late 80’s), I have always wanted to live in a loft style apartment – you know, exposed face brick, industrial fitting, open plan, big windows. Now that I’m older, I get the feeling it’s not all that – you know, drafty, cold, no rooms, factories as your neighbours. But… Read More Lofty Ideas
Trust the Dutch to take something as banal as a railway station and turn it into an awesome house. Zecc Architects have done just this: All images via Contemporist.
I first came across the below spread in the ‘How to Spend it’ supplement of the Financial Times over a year ago and recently re-found it on the internet. Even now, I still find the amount of work and artistry that went into producing this editorial just amazing. Made entirely of wallpaper these dresses blend beautifully with… Read More Wallflower
So, part of my time away was spending just over a week on the island of Capri (off the coast of Naples, Italy). It is another world of high flyers and big spenders – i.e. not the cheapest holiday destination. But its beauty well makes up for it. I was feeling a bit nostalgic when… Read More Capri Suite
For me, Frank Lloyd Wright is synonymous with furniture design and stained glass. But from my research on John Lautner, I discovered that he was in fact, an architect (and that his furniture designs and stained glass were merely a means to decorate his houses)! After developing the textile block building system, the Millard House was the… Read More The Millard House