This is one of my favourite vignettes. It's the work of Shelly Reihl David. We've featured one or two of these images before. It's time to take a closer look at her portfolio. The scope of her firm's work ranges from dramatic European and Italian decor to the look of modern Hollywood glamour in a contemporary setting. Her rooms are glamorous and sophisticated and the use of colour is inspirational. At the same time these are livable spaces that have a sense of fun as well as drama.
Shea Soucie and Martin Horner are the principals of the Chicago design firm Soucie Horner. Specializing in high-end residential interior architecture and design, Soucie Horner focuses on creating an environment that refines their client's lifestyle through design. "The goal of the Soucie Horner, Ltd. design philosophy is to design beautiful environments that complement the interior architecture of the homes which create spaces that best represent the lifestyle needs of each individual client." Whether deco, eclectic, tribal or rustic their style showcases the lushness that layering brings to a space. Vignettes and groupings. Textiles and object d'art.
I found these photos a couple of years ago when I was searching for ideas for a tattoo as a tribute to my grandmother. I've been thinking about getting another tattoo...and these tattoos by Nick Baxter suddenly popped into my head (although I would not get chairs tattooed on me - too weird). These are so well done it's incredible. The proud owner of these tattoos is a furniture design major. Go figure.
This firm has been around for 2 decades and has worked on quite a number of diverse projects. Recent projects include a loft renovation for Daniel Libeskind, 900 affordable homes in East New York, six new high schools in the Bronx, and Aqua, a 12-story condo building in Miami Beach. Their style is modern without being sterile. My favourite is the unusual shape of the kitchen island above.