I am often captivated by the beauty in minimalist architecture. While I don’t think I can ever live in a space without ‘stuff’, it’s almost soothing to know that some people out there have the restraint to live so simply. British designer John Pawson is known for his minimalist aesthetic. His homes are absolutely stunning and I would be honoured to live in one of them…but with some stuff. 🙂
Light so soft. Talent so bright. Delicate and strong. That’s how I would describe the work of Norwegian photographer Margrethe Myhrer. Weaving dreams but keeping it real. Enjoy!
White with bright. White with grey. White and natural. Whichever way you like your white Melbourne based Mollard Interiors has got you covered. Clean, crisp, modern.
Winter is almost over in my part of the world. Hooray! Summer is on the way. This time of the year is about beautiful sunny days, making the most of Australia’s great outdoors and, of course, entertaining family and friends. What better time to banish the old white crockery to the back of the kitchen cupboard and shake things up with Freedom‘s bright and bold new tableware. There’s Sorrento, organic shapes in knocked-back hues of Seafoam, Nougat and Duck Egg. Jett is totally tactile with retro shapes, matte exterior and high gloss interior. Colour is big this year and Jett is available in Midnight Blue, Pomegranate, Stone and Canary. I’m a sucker for the Drift range. Think hand painted stripes and drops while Impressions allows you to layer up your everyday plates with boho ikat patterns.
How do I know all this? I have to come clean 😉 Freedom flew me to Sydney and wined me and dined me and provided wonderful company (magazine editors, stylists and fellow bloggers). A stylish restaurant (The Sailor’s Club at Rose Bay), stunning scenery and a beautiful summery table full of Freedom‘s wares. Fabulous styling by Mr Jason Grant. Thank you Freedom for a wonderful day! The fact that I love your new range isn’t because I drank too many Bellinis. It’s because it really is fantastic. Available in store now.
Just a little dose of eye candy for you this afternoon care of photographer Andrea Wyner. Stone walls anyone? *sigh*