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Monday
Mar232009

Andrew Edward Kepler


Carefully curated and classic in their approach these rooms designed by Andrew Edward Kepler are wonderfully modern while referencing the past. I 'm imaging a modern day version of the 19th century gentleman traveller. They're masculine and tailored with not a big screen TV or recliner rocker with drink holder in sight. And the books! No room is complete without books.

Friday
Mar132009

All there in black and white


A limited palette but maximum appeal. Stark modern interiors by Paris architectural firm Joseph Dirand. Oh the luxury of pure minimalism. Imagine having a sleek and often hidden home for the "things" of everyday life. Clean lines may be cold to some but heaven to others. And just a hint of aged timber to warm the heart!

Thursday
Mar122009

Robert Gervais

I have a serious obsession with the colour grey, and when I found the portfolio of Parisian architect and interior designer Robert Gervais, I was in heaven. Grey walls, grey floors, grey doors....OH MY. There is other good stuff too but I keep coming back to the grey. In period homes like this, it's a magical colour and makes a beautiful backdrop for interesting architecture and furnishings.












Wednesday
Mar112009

DVA

I am so ridiculously sick of winter and though spring is slooooooowly arriving, I am craving warm weather, flip flops and a tan something fierce. I've had the following photos stashed for quite some time, and I think this is the perfect time to share them.

DVA is an architectural, landscape and interior design firm based in Mexico whose projects have taken them throughout Mexico, South America, France and the Caribbean. Such exotic and breathtaking designs....I can smell the sea and feel the sand between my toes.









Monday
Mar092009

Ashe + Leandro

Ashe + Leandro is an architecture and interior design firm based in New York City. You may remember their design of actress Jennifer Carpenter's home that was featured in O at Home magazine last summer. The white background and furnishings made the colourful accessories they used stand out in such an extraordinary way. Eye candy that is energizing and eclectic. Their work is truly memorable.