Displaying posts from April, 2008

Guillaume de Laubier

Posted on Thu, 24 Apr 2008 by KiM

Guillaume de Laubier‘s photographs are so dramatic and are taken in such perfect moody light to enhance the style of the spaces. You can’t help but be drawn in to each one.

Christina Murphy and a room crush

Posted on Thu, 24 Apr 2008 by midcenturyjo

I almost called this post “If I were a room…” because it’s true. That gorgeous green nook makes my heart sing. Christina Murphy is one of the rising young guns of American interior design. Starting her career with Celerie Kemble her website is still in development with portfolio coming soon but the press section lets you choose pdfs of her work at Kemble Interiors so of course I had to include those until we get to see more when the website is finished. Hopefully that won’t be too long because I love the green room and can’t wait to see more!

Lucyina Moodie

Posted on Wed, 23 Apr 2008 by midcenturyjo

Too many beautiful images in Lucyina Moodie’s portfolio. Where do I start? What photos do I choose? I sat in awe as I clicked from image to image. Great styling so modern yet feminine and still with a hint of vintage. Hey vintage is the new modern. Love Lucyina’s work can’t you tell?

Images from Lucyina Moodie

Alise O’Brien

Posted on Wed, 23 Apr 2008 by midcenturyjo

Alise O’Brien is an internationally recognised and award winning architectural and interiors photographer. She’s the one that architects call on to capture their work on film, a talented professional. I call her an artist. Beautiful light, clever composition and great colour. Yes she has it all but more importantly her photos of stunning spaces have soul. As we all know it’s easy to take a photo. It takes talent to take a great one.

Alex Papachristidis

Posted on Tue, 22 Apr 2008 by KiM

It’s been since early last year that we’ve posted about the work of Alex Papachristidis, and he never ceases to amaze me. He is on my list of top 10 favourite designers. His designs have so much depth it’s almost overwhelming – but in a good way. His style is not for the minimalist, which is why I love his portfolio so much. So much to look at, so many layers, so many patterns and colours. I am baffled at how well it all works together. I could never pull something like that off. That takes some pretty serious talent. And he’s up to his eyeballs in it.