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Working on a Saturday

If I was an employee at Blush Flowers in the Auckland, New Zealand suburb of Parnell I don't think I would be actually working. No, technically I'd be floating on a cloud of perfumed beauty. That's why there is no one in shot in the shop. They are floating high, just out of sight, above the photographer's head. The design is by owner and creative director Kelly Karam with key pieces by Douglas and Bec.

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Feeling Obsolete

I could have called this post "Working on a Saturday" or "Living in the shop". I could mention feelings of cupidity, obsession and fascination. You see I have been held in thrall by Obsolete for a number of years now but unfortunately I live across the world and have never stepped inside its doors. This fine art gallery, antique furniture emporium and events venue in Culver City, California is a magical mystery tour of the obscure, the strange, the archaic and the beautiful. If you want to disappear down the rabbit hole this weekend then immerse yourself in their website.

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Another Ballroom

Another Ballroom is a shop located in Copenhagen, that carries a select mix of 20th century handmade and remade furniture, contemporary design and art, alongside with carefully chosen vintage Moroccan rugs all created by a carefully curated group of talented artists and designers. The shops' items are showcased in the home of the founder, Maj Kornum and photographed by Maria Sattrup. Take note shop owners! This is how you style your products. I want one of everthing! 

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The Man Next Door

I love a shop with soul. Nothing cookie cutter. Personality and pizzazz. Just like this menswear store designed by Sydney-based Josephine Hurley Architecture.


The Paddington Project

New from Sydney-based design duo Christopher Glanville and Megan Burns of CM Studio the Paddington Project builds on the success of their Cross Street project. Known for their elegant, liveable, modern spaces the studio has partnered with leading Australian furniture retailer Living Edge to create the Paddington Project, a quintessential Sydney terrace renovated with sophisticated minimalist interiors and styling. Here's the twist. It's all for sale. From the Marc Newson For Noritake Espresso Cups to the MO Bed to the artwork to the house.

Additional collaborators include Sydney Florist Doctor Cooper whose floral arrangements will adorn some events throughout the project and Sebastian Goldspink who has curated a collection of contemporary Sydney artists to be represented in the space. Design Open Days Friday 27th / Saturday 28th / Sunday 29th November and Friday 4th / Saturday 5th / Sunday 6th December 1pm - 5pm. The Paddington Project is at 51 Oately Rd, Paddington.

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