Thursday
Apr122007

Selldorf Architects


Selldorf Architects is an architecture and design firm whose style is a perfect blend of modern elegance. Annabelle Selldorf (principal of the firm) has her own line of interior furnishings, including some of the most incredible porcelain by artist Penelope Tang. Most of the photos shown here are of townhouses in London and New York's East Village.

Thursday
Apr122007

HAPPY BIRTHDAY JO!!!!!!!


Jo waited until her Thursday was almost over to tell me it was her birthday. And since she doesn't like to celebrate her birthday I thought I would get her back by doing up a lovely post to commemorate this occasion. So Happy Birthday bloggin' buddy!!!!!!


Photos from freedryk and PinkCakeBox

Thursday
Apr122007

I love this apartment

I recently posted about Christopher Coleman. This is his apartment. Graphic, layered, lush and quirky. Great ideas for a small space. Black has never looked so good. That striped shelving unit is a Lack bookcase and some coloured tape! And what about those metal ball curtains.

All images from New York Social Diary.

NYSD is a great source of beautiful images of the homes of NY designers and social doyennes. If you have the time their house archives are amazing. Oh how the other half lives.

Wednesday
Apr112007

Leah's project(s)

We received an email from fellow blogger Leah to tell us about her blog england construction project that chronicles her and her husband's new house being built and their (her? LOL) decor decisions. From what I can see it's going to be a gorgeous home!


I also couldn't help notice her other blog called lowcountry dog blog created to plug her dog magazine Lowcountry Dog. Here are some photos from the newest issue. (So adorable!!!)

Wednesday
Apr112007

New Ikea site

Jo and I received an email today from David Farrer Faz about Be Brave, not Beige, a microsite created for Ikea. There's some hilarious videos of people dancing and a beige room that you can customize with some Ikea textiles (example I did below). "This campaign is a rallying cry to everyone who is tired of the bland beigeness which has taken over their homes in recent years. Enough of this tyranny of the middle-of-the-road, our houses should be bold, vibrant and individual."