Interiors that fascinate and function. That's how Mary McGee describes her designs. They tell a story of the people who inhabit them. "The real inspiration of our work comes from our clients. Their taste, needs, and lifestyles is the beginning of an idea that evolves into a creating a product that is reflective of them." Luscious multilayered but functional rooms are elegant but user friendly. Feminine without being fussy.
Bruce Bolander meet mid-century modern. Mid-century modern, meet Bruce Bolander. Things I dig about the following photos from this architect's portfolio: the lime green kitchen (who knew?!), the 3 person vintage sink, the innovative towel hooks, and all of the chairs.
Since jumping on the Eames shell chair bandwagon yesterday, I have these chairs on my mind, so I thought I would do a post dedicated to this classic, versatile beauty. I was surprised to see how many photos featured it in white. BORING. Makes my lemon yellow one seem extra special. ;)
|Minh Wass||Elle Deco|
|Fawn Galli||Gary's Loft|
|Apartment Therapy||JPG Magazine|
|Living Etc.||Living Etc.|
|Shoot Factory||House of Pictures|
|Messana O'Rorke||Apartment Therapy|
|COMINGHOME interior||Inspace Locations|
Nicole Hollis and her design team believe in an organic but luxe aesthetic. Her amazing rooms are modern in their vernacular but are well grounded in the natural. The company specialises in high end residential and hospitality but still believes in re-use, re-purpose and re-define.
Because I am a chair whore, I decided to buy myself an Eames shell chair in a FABULOUS lemon yellow the other night on eBay. I picked it up after work this afternoon. It is so damn cute, and will be perfect in my home office...that I have yet to decorate.