Moris Moreno's photography will knock your socks off (and those would be big thick wool ones if you live near Ottawa where it is brutally cold). The spaces are incredible and his angles work so well, as if you're peering in as to not disturb anyone. Stunning.
So who clued me in to the work of Jennifer Flanders? Why the photographer Francis Smith (although he's at pains to point out that one or two of the shots on her website aren't his). I first featured Francis' portfolio last year with his amazing shots of the 2007 Hampton Designer Showhouse. And 2008? These are the shots he captured of this year's rooms created by some of America's leading interior designers. Francis you see has worked with the best as his portfolio attests. Actually we have unwittingly posted his work many times on this blog. Don't miss the rest of his portfolio. Great talent great shots!
From rich raspberry to surprising pinks, cool greys to classic Hamptons' blue and white Jennifer Flanders' bold colour palette enhances her luxe look. Her bedrooms have a casual yet classic boudoir feel while the living areas are richly layered with texture and pattern. The look is fresh and youthful while being timeless and sophisticated. (And the photogragher? More of him soon.)
I've posted about David Jimenez in the past, here and here, and he's gone and done it again. He sent over some incredible photos of his latest project in Palm Springs. Mid-century meets Hollywood Regency - stunning furnishings, lighting and colours that mesh together so gloriously. Fabulous!! So David, when can I move in??