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So honoured

It appears this blog of ours was spotted by Blogger folks today. We are listed on their "Blogs of Note" section. What a huge honour. Thanks to whoever at Blogger was responsible for this and a big thanks to all our fellow bloggers who noticed and are paying us a visit. :)


Simply some pretty photos...

...from Sköna hem, the first photo being my favourite. I love multiple patterns mixed together for an eclectic look. Total eye candy.

Jo, queen of West German pottery, this one's for you:


Pia Bijkerk

Pia Bijkerk is an Australian stylist/photographer/writer who emailed to share her website. "I am in Paris working on interior projects for Paris clients as well as working on the makings of my first book. I work between Paris, Amsterdam and Sydney, juggling (or continually working on a balance as I like to tell myself!) between magazine, advertising and interior projects." Pia's worked for Marie Claire, Real Simple, Vogue Entertaining + Travel to name drop just a few. Beautiful website, great work and cute "definition" on the front page. We just had to share her work with you.

Images from Pia Bijkerk

And the exciting news is that Pia has sent us photos from her upcoming book. We'll post them soon when we ...... guest blog on design*sponge.


Timothy Kolk

Eye candy overload! Too many gorgeous photos from über talented photographer Timothy Kolk. I guarantee you'll know a lot of them because Timothy's editorial and feature list includes all the major shelter magazines. So talented, so gorgeous, so much! Check out the rest of his portfolio here.

Photography by Timothy Kolk


SPG Architects

SPG Architects, based out of New York, is a twelve-person team of super-talented individuals. This firm has been awarded and published numerous times, and their design philosophy speaks volumes: "The designs are defined not by the 'minimalist' inclination to eliminate visible function from space, nor by the desire to expose the workings of a building. SPG's work clearly presents a visual consistency based on human proportions, the exploitation of light, and the judicious use of materials that provide singular tactile and visual experiences".