New York New York. The loft, the warehouse, the historic townhouse. Oh how so many of us dream of an amazing space perhaps with a hint of the industrial but always with the room and the height and the light. The architect of my dreams - Diana Kellogg. Just a taste of her work. I'm so inspired. It's human, organic and industrial. It's about the bones and staying true.
Susie Sarlo of Beau Monde Interior Design (based in Northern California) emailed us to show off her brand spanking new website showcasing gorgeous photos of her work. To my amazement she is a self-taught designer. She clearly has a knack for this business. Her designs are "laid back California glam", and she mixes styles while keeping comfort and functionality at the forefront. Here's a little sample of what Susie has created.
He joking calls it a disease and an incurable one at that. For our sake let's hope Francesco Lagnese never gets over his urge to aim and shoot his camera. Then we'd be deprived of a prodigious talent. Fabulous portfolio. His personal work is at one moment serious and the next playful. Enjoy.
I am SO EXCITED to tell y'all that my new kitchen is featured in the October issue of Style at Home mag! YAHOOOOO!! And on two pages! I am so happy that all the work I put into the kitchen and the kitchen blog (with MUCHO thanks to Greentea Design) paid off and I got a little publicity. :-) I finally got my hands on a copy today and scanned it, as seen below, and it's on my Flickr in a readable size. Thanks Style at Home!