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Tuesday
Nov112008

Industrial loft

I love this industrial loft featured on Beach Studios for location shoots. It's located in London in a converted industrial building and owned by a highly acclaimed furniture and interior designer. Amazing steel sliding doors and polished concrete floors. I'd maybe throw down a few kilims to warm the place up but other than that, it's got great bones.




Tuesday
Nov112008

mimou

mimou is a company with retailers in Sweden and Norway that carries accessories for the home (bedlinens, cushions, table linens, wallpaper, fabric) along with accessories to wear (necklaces, bags and shawls). They have a set of inspiration photos on their website that are so beautifully styled I had to feature some of favourites.




Tuesday
Nov112008

Confection perfection


OK! OK! I know by now most of you have devoured every photo over at Airspace locations but..... I had to post one more. Oh this house is girly girl perfection. Confection without the calories. Don't you wish your significant other would let you drape the house in pink and damask? Better still don't you pine for the days when you were single and could do whatever you wanted to the bedroom?!

Monday
Nov102008

Orange inspiration

Robin emailed the other day looking for some colour inspiration: "I was wondering if you could dig up some photos of orange rooms. I painted my living room a clay orange to match a fabric I love and now I’ve lost the orange inspiration! Help!" I dug up some photos of spaces with orangey walls to hopefully help Robin finish her living room. Note: grey, white, taupe and chartreuse seems to be popular choices to use with orange.

Apartment TherapySteve Learner
Bo BedreApartment Therapy
White WebbTocar Interior Design
30E designApartment Therapy
Bo Bedrekontakt magazine
Côté MaisonDelson or Sherman Architects
Image LocationsMaison Jardin
Michael RobinsonMark Lund
Michael WellsMichael Robinson
New York SpacesII BY IV

Monday
Nov102008

David Sanderson


As clean lined and modern as the spaces he captures, these shots by Brisbane photographer David Sanderson combine interesting angles and crops to provide the connection between inside and out, architecture and interior design. His pictures are simple, at times almost stark but they are honest in their interpretation of these minimalist spaces. Check out his personal work too. Great shots. As an aside it's fun recognising the local architects' work or commercial buildings I've been in. That last photo? The red cafe? It was actually a real estate office now gone. Sad. They made good coffee.