".... like composing music design becomes the 'composition of spaces' ..... passionate compositions created with high integrity for continuous visual stimulation, always inspiring and comforting." This is what Raji Rhadhakrishnan of Raji Rm &Associates believes. She and her design colleagues have created some beautiful music if these rooms are anything to go by!
Emma from Paper Voyeur emailed about their line of wallpaper. So gorgeous! I am so going to wallpaper something (ANYTHING) in my next house. These are now some of my favourite floral patterns. Subtle pattern in stunning colours. Romantic and feminine. Available online through their website.
"The romantic home isn't dead it's just been painted white and boxed in with steamed beech but you can renovate your sensual self with a roll or two of this most exquisite wall covering then lay back and enjoy your handy work, or that of another. Either way there is a corner of our Swedish minimal homes that will be forever decorative, forever sensual and forever fluid. So snuff out that candle and go build your boudoir, for, as they say, build it and they will come..."
Angus McRitchie is a photographer who grew up in Sydney, Australia and now calls Montreal home. He has photographed for international publications such as Vogue Living, and Elle Decor and Canadian magazines Wish and Canadian House and Home. His photography is so beautiful it's inspiring. (If I could get my hands on the artwork on the right in the photo above....)
Dallas, Texas interior designer Mary Anne Smiley epitomises all the design savvy and down right charm and elegance of Southern design. Award winning, published and beloved by her clients she seems destined to be in the built environment having grown up with a family connection. Once again it's in the details and the fact that although elegant and refined these rooms are family rooms. Lovely livable design with a dash of Texas oomph! (I first saw Mary Anne's work featured on All The Best here.)