I could not be more grateful it's Friday. It's been a crazy week, and I'm ready for some time off the day job to knock some items off of my to-do list, including photographing some new things around my house - hopefully to feature here on Sunday. My photos won't be as fantastic as these by German photographer Sabrina Rothe. I love how she takes advantage of natural sunlight to add a magical quality to the spaces she captures. (Check out more of her work featured by Jo here)
Homes that are welcoming. Homes that are genuine. Homes that reflect their owners. Homes by Los Angeles based interior designer Mark J. Williams. Designs that are causally elegant, layered with texture and pattern. Rooms that are rich with the house's historyand the family's presence.
I have always loved the idea of a dry stream bed winding its way through a garden. I plan one in my own future backyard jungle. One just like this stone creek by b.e architecture. Love the movement, the "water" ripples conjured up by clever stone placement. A lot of work in the laying but definitely worth it.
Maria and Santiago are architects from Buenos Aires, Argentina who wanted to share their apartment with our readers. Judging by the stacks of speakers they are clearly music (or maybe movie) buffs, and they appreciate classic mid-century furniture. Some large, graphic artwork (ie. Warhol) could really step this up a notch.