My "mother-in-law" emailed me some photos while I was making dinner of my "brother-in-law's" new 6 week old miniature dachshund puppy. Could this little guy be any cuter??!! Unfortunately this little sausage of love lives in Prince Edward Island so it'll be a long time before I ever get to meet him (or her? I need details).***Update: It's a boy, named Edward. ?? LOL
We received an email from someone looking for a bit 'o inspiration: "HELP! I need inspiration. I am redoing a guest room and I want it to have that Indian/Moroccan feel to it with out feeling 'themey'." Not a problem. I went through my stash and found some not overly Indian/Moroccan bedrooms that I think would make beautiful guest rooms. But beware - make it too beautiful and your guests will never leave!
|House Beautiful||Sköna hem|
|Heather Cameron||Gaelle Le Boulicaut|
|Pieter Estersohn||Shoot Factory|
Jason Martin describes his style as a "highly edited mix of seemingly opposite styles. Mixing minimalism and whimsical, preppy with bohemian and old world with family friendly, Jason creates very personal spaces for each client." I love bio blurbs especially when they nail it like that. We featured Jason's work back in December when he was pulling his website together and now he has emailed that the site is ready to rock. Look at the goodies there now! These are great rooms with lots of vintage touches and a look that should inspire!
Interior designer Wendy Blount was the topic of a post Jo published back in September. Wendy emailed us the other day to let us know she has updated her website. Less elegant and way more funky with bold and dramatic colours and patterns. Such lively spaces. Thanks so much Wendy for the opportunity to share more of your work!
Nothing dates a house more than an outmoded bathroom (that and an aging kitchen). I couldn't resist posting these 80s bathing beauties. Come on! What's not to love? In 25 words or less "Why I hate these rooms". Your time starts now. Making the most of Bedrooms & Bathrooms, by Mary Gilliatt, Orbis Publishing, London, 1983 is the source.