Displaying posts from September, 2009

Susan Seubert

Posted on Fri, 25 Sep 2009 by midcenturyjo

Portland Oregon based Susan Seubert’s photographs just glow. Golden light diffuses through the spaces. We’re drawn in to a warm and inviting room, a cool and charming garden. Everything is gorgeous, real, cozy. It’s like a lethargic Sunday afternoon and I love her shots. Take the time to drink in her landscape portfolio.

Scott Waterman

Posted on Thu, 24 Sep 2009 by KiM

Scott Waterman is a favourite artist of mine whom I blogged about a little over a year ago. He’s also a favourite Flickr contact as I love keeping up to date with his latest works. Well, he emailed the other day with a link to a post about some of Asian-inspired art on the blog Chinoiserie Chic. Since I am not only a huge fan of Scott’s, but a huge fan of Chinoiserie, I thought I’d share a glimpse into this facet of his work. (Check out Beth’s post for more photos and details).

Rachael Smith

Posted on Thu, 24 Sep 2009 by KiM

I blogged about the wonderful photography of Rachael Smith a while back and thanks to a reader’s tip it seems she’s got some more juicy eye candy for everyone’s viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

Norway on my mind

Posted on Thu, 24 Sep 2009 by midcenturyjo

It seems like Kim and I have a thing about Swedish homes. I think it’s time to take a peek at something Norwegian and equally fab. Love the pattern riot almost exploding out of the typical Scandinavian white. Love the mismatch and the fun, the recycling of vintage pieces. It’s all about good vibrations. Pictures via Rom123 on Klikk.no.

Les Sources de Caudalie

Posted on Wed, 23 Sep 2009 by KiM

Perhaps a Gustavian inspired home isn’t you idea of the perfect place to relax. How about a stay at Les Sources de Caudalie, a hotel in France surrounded by vineyards and châteaux, offering cooking classes, wine tasting courses, and a vinotherapy spa – treatments that combine naturally warm spring water with vine and grape extracts. Oh my…sign me up!!

(via AT Casa)