Time to start the blogging week with what we love best – inspiring photos of inspiring spaces. Love photographer Mark Burstyn’s portfolio. His use of light is fabulous, with clever composition and a knack for capturing great detail. It’s obvious why he has shot for all the Canadian major shelter magazines. There’s an enthusiasm that shines through his photos. They make me want to be a part of all these spaces. I want to eat everything in his food portfolio and yes even that outdoor shower is alluring on an unseasonably hot “winter” day here in Australia!
WINKS – weekend links. Here we list what has come in during the week, things we’ve found and things we think you’ll want to see. If you’d like to see your blog or website featured email us and if we think it fits with our readers we’ll link you. Lots of fabulous things came in this week. I want them all!
It’s almost the weekend. I couldn’t imagine a better place to spend some quiet me time than curled up with a book (and some crumpets) in this beautiful London studio. Just enough period features, lots of faded white and gorgeous gorgeous light. Time to put the kettle on. Join me? Another stunning Light Location.
One moment so pretty, bright, white, overflowing with peony pink and girly delights. The next moment dark and vintage, rough and indie. Meet my new photographer crush Max Attenborough. Imagine being faced with a stylist’s imagination gone wild and then having to capture not only the look but the feel. Max fearlessly faces all the foibles a stylist can muster to bring us these stunning shots. Great work!
I’ve been a bad blogger. I haven’t been keeping up with a lot of my favourite designers’ websites. If I had been diligent I would have already posted the new work by interior designer Brad Ford. Talk about casual elegance. A lovely mix of neutrals warmed with muted raspberries and citrus greens, warm orange reds and icy blues. Layers of texture in monochrome palettes. Vintage glam and fabulous artwork. Truth be told I’d very likely commit a crime to get the office pictured above. Swoon! For even more of his latest work head over to his blog Design Therapy to see how this clever son made over his parents’ first house on a very limited budget.