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Saturday
Dec052009

WINKS

WINKS - weekend links. Here we list what has come in during the week, things we've found and things we think you'll want to see. If you'd like to see your blog or website featured email us and if we think it fits with our readers we'll link you. So what's in this week?

  

  • Flotsam and Jetsam table coffee table by Melbourne based architecture firm Marcus O’Reilly Architect. Truly beautiful. Truly unique. Made from driftwood washed up on the local beaches around St Kilda. Love the markings, stamps, holes and hardware in the wood and it's pared back, rubbed down and waxed finish. Made to order. Details here

  

  • ´╗┐Need to find a Christmas present for your family's midcentury maniac. Blue Art Studio has two new posters featuring George Nelson and Ray and Charles Eames. Love their other digital art too. And here's a free 2010 calendar from the Blue Ant crew to download!

  • Don't think we've featured a sink plug before but hey why not when the plug looks as cool as this one. Water Stopping Water.

  • Please Santa I've been a good girl. Maybe one of these in my Christmas stocking. Danese Milano Perpetual Calendar designed by Enzo Mari. Slide the strips of wood  (walnut ramin beech and maple) to show the date in English and Italian.

  • Fun, quirky and just the right jolt of colour and pattern. Made from printed plywood offcuts the Artplay seat by Spacecraft is definitely on my wish list. Actually everything at Spacecraft is on my wish list.
Friday
Dec042009

Todd Alexander Romano

Surprisingly Jo and I have never blogged about interior design superstar Todd Alexander Romano, especially since his designs have been included in many issues of Elle Decor. Here's a little bit from his bio: "Todd is best known for his eclectic and youthful approach to traditional high-end interior design. He likes clean, classic backgrounds, be it either traditional or modern architecture with the use of fresh colors, comfortable seating, good lighting, great artwork and elements that add a touch of whimsy that ultimately reflects the owner’s personality. He adeptly mixes fine antiques, custom upholstery and modern elements to create environments that are above all exciting, appropriate and comfortable." I love that his designs are a mix of classic and modern, and he doesn't shy away from bold colours and patterns. He is sooooo inspirational.


Friday
Dec042009

Clive Tompsett

Three things I love, Fridays (YAY!), all things Swedish, a really good photographer. OK how about one thing I really really love, an incredibly talented Swedish photographer on a Friday! Clive Tompsett is my new photographer crush. Clean, crisp, great light, interesting composition and the man can make IKEA look amazing. Got to love it!

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

Thursday
Dec032009

Leslie Siegel

The portfolio of interior stylist Leslie Siegel is so inspiring. Makes me want to rearrange my entire house. Leslie believes that less is more - except when more is better - and that inspiration is everywhere. Amen to that.

  
  
  
  
  

Thursday
Dec032009

Straight from the text book on Swedish houses

J. E. N. knows that Kim and I can't resist a good Swedish home. If it's white with pops of colour, hard floor (preferably white or at least a light wood), sleek kitchen, the occasional piece of design classic Scandinavian furniture and a sheepskin somewhere then we're in heaven. So thank you J. E. N. for sending in the link to this townhouse for sale in Saltsjöbad.