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Wednesday
Nov212012

Another escape 

I am dreading the impending awfully cold weather like you would not believe, so I thought I'd do a double dose of escaping this reality of mine. This time it's thank to Arkin Tilt Architects, coincidentally also located in California. These homes are absolutely stunning and inspiring. The photo above is going into my inspiration folder. Oh, to have that massive porch and steel roof. LOVE. These folks can come design my new house anytime. :)


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Wednesday
Nov212012

Escape from winter

It's been quite some time since Jeffrey of Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture sent us photos of his latest work. (See previous post here). He emailed recently with a few projects he has recently completed that had me momentarily transported to a land where the grass is green, plants are thriving and it's not below freezing. Just in time for winter! :-) Oh, to live in the tropics like Jo and enjoy the outdoors year round. Anyhoo, these wonderfully landscaped properties are located in California (Santa Barbara, Nipomo, Cayucos and Montecito).

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Wednesday
Nov212012

Richard Clatworthy

Hello Richard Clatworthy. Love your photography portfolio. Natural and not at all fussy, you discover the beauty in the ordinary. No tricks. Just great shots of interesting spaces. It's so refreshing.

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Wednesday
Nov212012

Wolfe-Rizor

"Your home should be an inviting sanctuary that reflects your personality and passions. With the right design, you never want to leave - and friends always want to visit."

Elegant, livable luxury. Classic with a modern twist. I thought it was time for some traditional interior design. Not that I mean stuck in a time warp or old fashioned. No I mean attention to detail, flawless execution, never trendy but always stylish and elegant. Abigail Rizor & Hattie Wolfe, the design duo behind Wolfe Rizor Interiors.

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Tuesday
Nov202012

Benjamin Waechter

Often I prefer to peruse the porfolio of an architect rather than that of an interior designer because you can really appreciate the spaces and structure when they're not filled to the brim with stuff. This is exactly why I fell for architect Benjamin Waechter's portfolio. What you see is what you get. 

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