Jo and I are amazed at how many designers, photographers, stylists etc. take the time and email us to thank us for posting their work. Yesterday one of those emails was from David Jimenez, and I've got to say, I was as giddy as a little schoolgirl. I was all, "No, thank YOU for being a GENIUS". Ok, I didn't say that but perhaps I should have. I was however inspired to post more of his photos (maybe in the hopes of receiving a second email? LOL), so enjoy round 2 of David Jimenez splendour.
I happened upon the portfolio of photographer Antoine Bootz and I was smitten with all the quirky spaces he has had the pleasure of shooting. And scattered about the quirkiness was a couple of "normal" spaces as well. These ones in particular amused me.
You will love the portfolio of Italian photographer Adriano Pecchio. Specialising in architectural and interior photography he has an eye for capturing the style and essence of spaces. His use of light is wonderful and his understanding of spatial relationships and the beauty of details is obvious. Great work!
I found the following ranch home on the website of New York Spaces magazine and OH LA LA I think I've died and gone to heaven. It's full of mid-century furnishings, it's colourful, it's quirky and I freaking LOVE IT. My favourite part is the front door - I have a similar door (but the inset carved squares run in a row down the center) and I'm itching to get some bold colours to paint it.
With a comprehensive understanding of what's happening in the design world and stylish interpretations of their client's needs Patricia Healing and Dan Barsanti of Healing Barsanti create fresh, vibrant interiors that reference the past but are very much now. I'm in love with their use of green. So clean and fresh and unexpected. Perfect for a summer room.