Thought I'd share another fabulous talent from Sydney rep agency Lizard Management who have the most fabulous photographers and stylists in their stable. Sam Moiler is one über talented stylist. These images are so inspiring! I've loved a lot of these since first seeing them in Aus magazines Real Living and Home Beautiful. Great portfolio, a definite must see.
Look at this portfolio! Isn't it just amazing? These stunning rooms have been captured so beautifully by super talented Oz photographer Sue Ferris. Everything is just perfect, the lighting, the composition and Sue's ability to bring the rooms to life. I feel as if I could march right into that first room and make it my own. Don't miss her food portfolio. Simply scrumptious!
Dan Davis sent us an email recently about his new interior design firm. Dan is from Michigan and had been a creative director in advertising for some time and within the last year decided to take on interior design full time. (I am so envious of his courage to switch professions). His firm does it all, including landscapes, special event planning, and they have a gorgeous line of shell-encrusted furniture and accessories. I love their aesthetic - bold (they love rich colours), eclectic and they clearly personalize each space.
Call it serendipity but just as I'm ready to write today's post I receive an email from Jonathan Adler's PR Director Deb Willis letting us in on Jonathan's latest addition to his website, his monthly musings. This month he waxes lyrical on his Neo-Neo-Classicism range and mentions the Grand Tour. Grand tour! Here's the serendipity....
Today's post is an OMG gobstopper. Look at this outrageous one bedroom (yes one bedroom!) London apartment. Well-to-do young men of the 18th and 19th century travelled Europe improving their classical education and bringing home a few well chosen (dare I say pilfered) souvenirs. Think Elgin Marbles. What I'd really like to know is if this is the owner's collection or if they inherited it from their Europe trotting ancestor? My goodness I hope they have a cleaning lady! Although I could not live like this I secretly envy them this amazing collection and the passion needed to live with it. Perhaps I'll take just a soupçon of Jonathan Adler's pieces instead!