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Monday
Mar302009

Lili Diallo

Lili Diallo is one of my favourite prop stylists. Her home was featured in Domino magazine last year and in a recent issue of Living Etc., and it has such an eclectic, comfortable and funky vibe. Her website is filled with so much eye candy and lots of cool pairings to take note of.













Monday
Mar302009

Viva Brasil!


Rodrigo A. Vieira Martins, an architect with Rosenbaum Design in São Paulo, Brazil emailed pictures of their latest work, a restaurant, Dalva e Dito that resurrects the memory of Brazilian colonial architecture and food. The design team immersed themselves in recollections of architecture, the ritual of food and relationship between people and the meaning of the space. Using materials such as adobe brick (with herbs), reclaimed timber and tessellated tile floors the building is evocative of a past era but is hip and fresh. I love the warmth of the space, the beauty of the patio dining. The firm outlines their projects on their blog as well. In Portuguese but that's what Google Translator is for. Tomorrow I'll bring you two more projects - one that celebrates the colour and vibrancy of Brazilian design and the other the joy of real life houses for real life people.

Monday
Mar302009

Can't get enough .....


.... of the March/April Inside Out magazine, especially this Dangar Island weekender. Love at first sight. See more of the latest edition here. (Just realised that the May/June edition is out in the next few days - hooray!) Oh oh was going to keep it until the Easter Reading Guides but just had to let you know that the team from Inside Out have their own blog now. Just a few of their favourite things and lots of insider knowledge.

Sunday
Mar292009

Flickr finds - baskets

Sunday
Mar292009

Flavor Paper

I have expressed my adoration for wallpaper a few times on the blog, and recently found a company who sells some pretty funky patterns over at 2Modern. "Flavor Paper produces unique vintage and contemporary handscreened wallcoverings that will add a burst of flavor to any environment. Located in the Bywater District of New Orleans, their Flavor Lab uses only the highest quality water-based inks and grounds to create premium wallcoverings for retail, home and beyond. Flavor Paper’s distinctive designs and vibrant colors have caught the eye, and palette, of a number of taste aficionados. Rock stars, retailers, nightclubs, restaurants, and savvy homeowners have all added a little spice to their walls with Flavor PaperFlavor Paper." OH YA, I'm marking them in my favourites.