Rove Concepts

David Hicks

More retro inspiration. This time from the legendary David Hicks forerunner of Jonathan Adler and Kelly Wearstler. He was the superstar designer of the 1960s and 1970s – sought after by royalty and the privileged. Though it's been many years since his last projects were centre stage in the design world, David Hicks' influence is still felt today. His use of pattern is amazing!

David Hicks fabric from Lee Joffa Carpets fromDavid Hicks by Ashley Hicks


Fantastic bedrooms featuring fantastic headboards (bedheads right Jo?)

Headboards are a great way to get creative in a bedroom. You can do just about anything to create a headboard. Old shutters, pad and upholster wood, hang a huge picture...the list is endless. Here are some photos of unique headboards:

Robyn Karp InteriorsKenneth Brown Design

Domino1100 architect


Marcel Marongiu's Parisian apartment

As stunningly refined as his designs, fashion designer Marcel Marongiu's apartment in Paris is crisp, classic and understated. Paying homage to the past, it is of the moment and unpretentious.


Living with art

Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it - Robert Motherwell

Belle AustraliaAustralian Vogue Living
Australian Vogue LivingAustralian Vogue Living

Whether a noted artist's,your own or found at a fleamarket, art in the home is uplifting. Invite it into any room and be inspired.

The Collector's EyeJonathon Adler


Target Living's use of art

Looking through the photos on Target Living's site, I couldn't help but be totally blown away by some of the artwork they use. I love pop art (Andy Warhol rocks) and they used alot of it, plus some really fun photographs.