Mirrored furniture is so glamourous. Not only can you see your fabulous reflection in it, but it adds sparkle to a room and is light in terms of visual weight. So have a look at these amazing pieces and why not go out and get yourself something mirrored like Pink Mohair did.
Ingrid Cran, from Calgary emailed me with a question. "I have been searching for exterior, curb appeal, window ideas for updating fifties bungalows. Do you know of any good resources on the web?" I thought maybe some of you out there would have some links for Ingrid. I wasn't much help. Also, Ingrid works for a company called Surfaces that develops innovative art applications. She sent me some really cool photos so I had to plug her work at the same time. (Don't forget to post some links in the comments for her!)
I stumbled upon photographer Graham Atkins-Hughes' portfolio recently and discovered some fantastic photos of interiors. The following is my favourite - I am sure the paint technique was done for the purposes of this photo but the more I look at this photo, the more I think this might actually work in the real world. You just better make sure you like the table and accessories!
All photos by Graham Atkins-Hughes
I can't quite put my finger on it but maybe it's the eclectic mix of pieces. The white on white with punches of colour. The Baroque and roll of 60s movies. Iain Halliday of Burton Katon Halliday, an award winning Australian design firm, has grown a little tired of hard edged design. Here's his interpretion of a "modern and traditional at the same time Italian interior" transplanted to the Sydney seaside.