Love. Love. Love. Love. Love. Love. Love. Love. Love. Love. Love. Love. The end.
A little girl’s pink perfection by Marianne Evennou.
Do not follow fashion. Create your own style, your own way of living. Do what you want. Do what you love. Be true. Stand firm. Create. Beauty to enjoy. Marianne Evennou.
I love this space. It is simple yet…..perfect. I want to lie on that bench with a mag, some red wine and sea salt chocolate away from cats and husband and just be.
Via Felix Forest
This week has gone by SO FREAKING SLOW, so I could use a pick-me-up to get me through the day. I am pretty sure I need more than some glorious eye candy but I will start with that. These stunners are the creations of Australian photographer Felix Forest. A definite photographer crush happening here. And may we all pay hommage to the sinfully beautiful herringbone hardwood floors in the photo below? *GASP!*
A second look inside the pages of the latest issue of Inside Out. Too cool! Lee Tran again…
And then there’s the late 19th-century rabbiter’s cottage that has been rescued from its state as an office and turned into a gorgeous vintage-industrial home by fashion designer Claire Tregoning and cinematographer Tim Tregoning. They renovated it in “little blocks” over nearly three years and it probably didn’t hurt that a lot of the features in the home were designed by Claire’s brother-in-law, Rory Unite, who works as a furniture designer and artist. That amazing bed was created by Rory out of recycled timber and given a rustic charm with a few paintbrush coats of white. Styling by Nicole Valentine Don and photography by Fiona Galbraith.
Don’t forget Aussie readers can pick up their copy of the October Inside Out on Thursday. Don’t fret if you aren’t in Australia because you can read along on Zinio, Google Play and the Apple Newsstand.