Timothy Haynes and Kevin Roberts are the talent behind New York based interior design firm Haynes-Roberts. “Careful editing, connoisseurship, and comfort…. result in a “modern distillation of classic design that is spare, elegant, and inviting.” I agree. Definitely high end but full of inspiration.
My twin sister was talking to a co-worker about his kitchen and it seems he needs a bit of help. Saif has a white kitchen – white cabinets, white countertop, white walls, white EVERYTHING. He’s not sure what to do with it to spice it up. GAWD, I wish that was my only kitchen dilemma. Saif, hope this inspires you to add some colour to your bland kitchen, even if it means just doing something minor(ish) like replacing your countertop.
|Bolig Magasinet||David Netto|
|Messana O’Rorke||Peter Dunham|
|One to One Studio||Peter Dunham|
|Gareth Byrne||Lavish Locations|
|Modern Living||William Fife|
|Selldorf Architects||Joel Sanders|
Scott Weston shared with us images of his Moroccan interpretation for Vogue Australia editor Kirstie Clement here. Now he has sent us images of this Moorish beauty filled with all its treasures. The Sydney house is featured in this month’s Vogue Living Australia and we have a sneek peak too of Scott and designer Gregory Phillip’s minimalist Moroccan marvel. Photos by Nicolas Watt. Thanks Scott!
I fell in love with stylist Christine Rudolph’s work when I first saw pictures in Vogue Living Australia. Beautiful and thoughtful collections of found, new and vintage objects holding pride of place in faded fabulous rooms. Here are some of my favourites. You absolutely must go to her rep Judith Miller’s site. Gorgeous portfolio!