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Out tomorrow Monday 25 February ... Freedom's latest range. Just a little tease for now. I'm lovin' the retro inspired chairs here. (Nine new chairs, 12 fabrics, 3 leathers.) Aussie readers start getting excited. I've seen shots of the new pieces and I know which ones I will be rushing in to buy. More tomorrow :)
I photographed this for my friend Lysa Fina who owns the salon (located in Toronto). I think there are number of elements that would translate well into a home. The space has a rock 'n roll vibe with lots of funky details, for example the raised velvet skull wallpaper and the all red show stopping bathroom. It's far from the typical all white salons we are so used to.
I've included "before" photos so you can see the transformation of the space. The salon was designed with the help of Lysa's friend and professional set designer, Nancy Niksic. I hope you enjoy!
What a transformation. Love the bathroom, the distressed walls, the skulls and Brenda captures the space perfectly. With a salon this cool the hair must be hot!
One of my favourite vintage shops in Sydney, quintessential duckeggBLUE has a new (two issues so far) online magazine, The quintessential Magazine. If you love all things found, industrial and antique then you are going to love this small but beautifully curated and interactive online offering. Shop owner Leanne Carter-Taylor and ex creative director of Inside Out magazine Tracy Lines are the creative force behind The quintessential Magazine. A perfect partnership producing an evocative collection of inspiring people and pieces.
Check out this really funky bakery called Serrajòrdia located in the town of Sant Cugat del Valles near Barcelona. It was designed by interior design firm AM_Asociados and is a fantastic mix of industrial and vintage - my favourite combination! There are some great touches here that can easily translate to a residence.