I follow people on Instagram for several reasons. Two of the main reasons are to find inspiration for this here blog and to find really cool and unique vintage items since scoring anything like that here in Ottawa is rare. Alain of Morceau is one of the latter. He has a little shop in Montreal but mostly sells his scores of mid-century finds via Instagram (perhaps that might change once life returns to normal and shopping becomes easier). Alot of what he posts sells quick so you have to on the lookout and act fast! Still kicking myself for not getting the Grifo lamp by G.H. Tew for Artemide in the 3rd last photo. (I’ll blame it on the pandemic and my inability to cross the Quebec border). And WHOA that Wassily chair in tan leather is HOT! So if you’re into MCM give Alain a follow!
It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Lifehood by Romanel Design Studio.
Not the first colour that comes to mind when you’re designing your kitchen but I’m loving the cabinetry in this kitchen and scullery by Plain English. The colour is Plain English’s ‘Rusty Nail’, the perfect foil for the textured walls, copper sink and all that lovely linen.
Clean, contemporary lines in a light-filled open plan layout. Think modern living with a touch of luxury. Natural textiles mixed with metals and wood provide the materials palette while restrained colour choices add to the sense of space and draw the eye to lovely views through huge windows. Leander Luxe by Kristin Marino of KozyKasa, a full-service interior design studio located in Austin, Texas.
Black and white and modern all over. This Hampstead, London home is another project by Rome-based architect and designer Stefano Dorata.