The depth of stylist Abi Boura's portfolio is evident. From brutalist concrete modernism to light as a butterfly feminine she can pull together a look that is edgy and unique. With furniture design and a stint at Elle Decoration in her resume her clients are as diverse as Wedgewood and Bang & Olufsen. Her love of furniture is obvious with classic pieces taking centre stage in many of her shoots. Check out more of her portfolio here.
I almost called this post "If I were a room..." because it's true. That gorgeous green nook makes my heart sing. Christina Murphy is one of the rising young guns of American interior design. Starting her career with Celerie Kemble her website is still in development with portfolio coming soon but the press section lets you choose pdfs of her work at Kemble Interiors so of course I had to include those until we get to see more when the website is finished. Hopefully that won't be too long because I love the green room and can't wait to see more!
I am a little shocked to discover we haven't featured design god Robert Couturier on this blog, until now. He is based in New York, has been featured in just about every shelter magazine there is, and has been included on Architectural Digest's Top 100 Designers list on several occasions. His work is totally glamorous, luxurious, bold, witty and frankly, makes me want to throw a party. In those spaces.
Too many beautiful images in Lucyina Moodie's portfolio. Where do I start? What photos do I choose? I sat in awe as I clicked from image to image. Great styling so modern yet feminine and still with a hint of vintage. Hey vintage is the new modern. Love Lucyina's work can't you tell?