Displaying posts from February, 2009

More Simon Carver

Posted on Thu, 12 Feb 2009 by KiM

So as promised, here is more of Harts Lane. This is the 2 story studio behind the main cottage. Where the cottage was bathed in white and mostly pale colours (the black wall in the kitchen being the exception), this is dark, moody and very funky. I don’t know which I adore more.

I’m also including some photos of Simon’s other interior design works below because they were too fabulous not to feature. I mean, why stop now?

Simon Carver

Posted on Thu, 12 Feb 2009 by KiM

We received an email from Brigid, who wanted to tell us about her friend Simon Carver. Seems Simon and his partner Stuart have a cottage in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia which is avail for rent, called Harts Lane. They renovated and decorated it themselves, and it was featured in Inside Out magazine some time ago. There are 2 dwellings on the site, a white Victorian cottage and a black modern extension ‘Cube’ studio space. The house was decorated with a bit of a country style with artwork by local artists, and features a gourmet kitchen with a polished concrete countertop. The homes, inside and out, are incredible. I have to admit, when I finally got my hands on some photos, I was giddy with excitement to share these with you. This is for sure on my top 5 list of favourite spaces I’ve ever posted on DTI. Seriously, it’s that good. Good enough that this post is of photos of the cottage, and a post later today will be of the studio. See for yourselves. 🙂 (A big thanks to Brigid, Simon and Phil!!)

Ryan Korban

Posted on Wed, 11 Feb 2009 by KiM

We received an email recently about up-and-coming designer Ryan Korban: “Ryan is a new interior designer based out of New York who has been making quite an impact in the city. He works primarily with young “downtown” types and was recently featured in The New York Times, Town & Country and February’s issue of Domino. A few of his clients include DJ AM, Charlotte Ronson, Alexander Wang, Victoria and Vanessa Traina and James Franco. His youthful approach to city living has been received with much praise for such a new comer. On top of designing both residential and commercial spaces, Ryan is also a co-owner of Edon Manor (high end downtown accessories boutique) and the designer of the store. He is currently working on his first website.” Below is a sneak peak of what you will find on the website when it launches. A bit ‘o Hollywood Regency, a bit ‘o glam…I cannot wait to see the rest of his portfolio!!

Michael Habachy

Posted on Wed, 11 Feb 2009 by midcenturyjo

What does Southern design mean? Is it grand old mansions with classically inspired interiors, layers and layers of patterns and sumptuous fabrics, well loved and almost holy heirlooms and tradition tradition, tradition? Maybe not if Atlanta based interior designer Michael Habachy has a say. It’s crisp bright modern minimalist apartments. It’s broody lofts and funky nightclubs. It’s white vinyl rococo chairs and black walls, glamorous 40s salons and sassy salons. It’s whatever and wherever imagination takes you. It’s fabulous and it’s fun. You won’t find all these images on Michael’s website yet. He’s in the process of redesigning and has kindly sent over a few teasers of what to expect.

Jamie Bush

Posted on Tue, 10 Feb 2009 by KiM

Californian interior designer Jamie Bush “is recognized for his ability to mix period and contemporary furnishings with a fresh and discerning eye. Layering rich colors and textures with exotic and organic elements transforms each of his spaces into an inviting, modern, and unexpected environment.” He has a very impressive portfolio that includes mid-century, modern, minimalist and contemporary designs – all which are guaranteed to knock your socks off.