English shabby boho that is. I found these photos on the site of talented British photographer Tom Scott and I was intrigued. English boho versus Scandi boho. White walls, white floors, mirrors and aged wood, distressed leather and the obligatory, seemingly careless drape of a dress. What is the difference between shabby and Scandi boho? Less midcentury and more Laura Ashley? Cute as a button shots of this Kent house though by Scott. Can you call a photo adorable? As in "pinch its cheek" adorable?
How about a few photos from another San Francisco based architecture firm - this time it's Andre Rothblatt. A monstrous coffee machine with it's own nook, a funky stove and hood fan, one of the strangest tubs I've ever seen...
SaA - Schwartz and Architecture is based in San Francisco and I love them. Their work is modern but not too modern, they use lots of wood which keeps their designs feeling not too cold, they use lots of large windows to ensure the homeowners thoroughly enjoy their views. What's not to love about this?!
A fun and colourful office design by Argentinian architect Agustina Bottinelli of AB I Arquitectos Asociados. Slashes of red, piano key stairs, old school video games, funky pop furniture, chickens and a toilet that will definitely be well read. (Don't ask me how it was done. Perhaps Agustina can let us know.) Definitely for a creative industry. I wonder if they actually get any work done?