I’ve got about 5 minutes to get this post ready as I REALLY must get back to studying (although I’m thinking that at this point, stabbing myself in the eye with a dull spoon would be SOOOO much more interesting). Luckily Jo has agreed to post for me tomorrow and Wednesday while I cram my brains out. So I quickly went looking into my folder of goodies and came across more photos I had saved from the Israeli site bvd back when I had found this overly industrial apartment. There was a gamut of spaces – from totally odd to modern and cool. Here is a bit of both – odd first, not so odd after the jump.
If you’d like to send us photos to include in next week’s “pets on furniture” post, please ensure your photos follow our basic rules: First, the pet must be on a piece of furniture. And said piece of furniture must be clearly visible in the photo, so it takes center stage rather than your pet. Think of it more of a photo of a great piece of furniture that you want to show off…and your pet happens to be sitting on it. And second, the photo must be of decent quality. If it’s dark or fuzzy (from a camera phone) then it may not make the cut. Thanks! (Photos, your name, location and a brief description can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and PLEASE don’t send closeups of your pet!)
My not so little Frenchie lives to lounge on a window sill which serves as my headboard. Amongst my mostly handcrafted treasures, He’s the best accessory.
Zuzu (the cat) on the classic West Elm overlapping squares daybed
– Melissa (Rochester, NY)
This is 5-month-old Bodi trying on a costume (for our blog) for the very first time. On a (bad) design note, really need to close in the sides of the bookcases flanking the bay window!
– Corrine (Toronto)
Murphy (6 months)
– Christina & Samuel (Vorarlberg, Austria)
Our little dog Baxter in his favorite spot on the couch.
– Debbie (Rhode Island)
Leaves rustle in a wind on the turn. Hot days end with just a hint of chill. Sweat cools bringing goosebumps. Fruit has fallen. Flowers are overblown and nod their heads in the knowledge that summer is done, that colder days are coming. Just enough time to gather together a few more memories to keep the old summer house company in the dark of winter. Soon it will be closed. Soon it will sleep. We turn our backs and retreat to the main house. Down at the end of the garden path will be a promise of things to come, of the cycle of life, of next year. Memories to keep us company in the dark of winter.
Perhaps I should have written this a month or two ago. Perhaps winter has already darkened your windows. Just a summer house memory to keep you warm. For sale here.
How stunning are these product shots from new Australian online store Dunlin? I was so excited when Sydney and New York based architect Alexandra Bond emailed to share these gorgeous goodies. After working in New York for the last six years Alexandra and her partner Nicholas Barber are launching an Australian retail extension to their architectural interiors practice. “Dunlin is working with brands that we have built great relationships with in New York, including Matteo, Original BTC, Davey Lighting and West Third Brand. The majority of these brands have been unavailable in Australia, and we are carrying them exclusively in conjunction with a range of home accessories under the Dunlin line.” Oh be still my beating heart! Readers outside of Australia will not know how difficult it is to source great lighting online in this country. But it’s not only lighting. Click on over to explore the rest of Dunlin‘s stylish range. I have a hankering for the Campaign Breakfast Table and the Safari Campaign Chair.