Monday
Aug122013

Max Zambelli - darkness

Max Zambelli is an Italian photographer that, with his camera lens, can turn a fantastic space into a FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC space that exudes drama and makes you want to see more. The spaces he has captured are so gorgeous and original that I am in complete awe. What a lucky guy to have experienced them personally. Here are a selection of dark interiors from his repertoire. 

P.S. Sorry, no pets on furniture post today. I didn't receive enough entries. :( But go on over to my page and check out my herd's new hangout!

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Monday
Aug122013

Sea of green

Close your eyes. Relax. Sleep will come. Like floating softly in a sea of green. Beautiful photography by Brie Williams.

P.S. To see the alternative view of this room (featured a couple of times on this blog) go to my original post here.

Monday
Aug122013

Wick Design

There is a connection. A physical tug at my heart strings. There is an acknowledgement, an empathy, an understanding. There is also envy. These rooms speak to me in calm, steady but persistent whispers. Enter. Be still. Dream. Interiors by Wick Design.

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Sunday
Aug112013

Living small - Alan Chu

I found this compact São Paulo apartment designed by Brazilian architect Alan Chu and had to share. It's got micro square footage but Alan made such great use of limited space. A single wall was converted into storage for both the kitchen and living room, which kept the majority of those spaces free for basic furnishings. I think he and the owner like subway tiles. :) The spiral staircase is compact and a gorgeous architectural feature. Overall, a really cool space. (Via Casa Vogue Brasil)

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Saturday
Aug102013

Stalking on a Saturday

It's a little bit rock and roll and a little bit disco. It's a little bit wham bam glam and a little bit suburban. It's a whole lot of HDR photography making it hard and brash and bright but I'm sure if the owners actually let me in and I wasn't left to stalk their home online then I think I might just like this Armadale, Melbourne house a whole lot more. Zebra by the pool, chartreuse velvet with marabou in the living areas and starburst mirrors in the kitchen. My favourites? The chandeliers. Who would have thought such an ornate old fashioned chandi would work so well in such a slick kitchen? Link here while it lasts.

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