A few months ago Architectural Digest Spain published a feature on their website about incorporating art in your home. I had to share some of my favourites because I adore art, especially photography, and their round-up was superb. Here you go. Eye candy for your Friday. Happy weekend everyone!
Photos: Pablo Zamora (1), Belen Imaz (3, 7, 10), Manolo Yllera (2, 4-6, 11, 15-17), Antonio Terrón (8, 12, 14), Montse Garriga (9), Ricardo Labougle (13)
Up there with my love of plants is my love of photography as decor. I absolutely adore the framed photograph leaning against the wall in this space designed by Antonino Buzzetta.
I’m been a big fan of Aussie stylist Emma O’Meara. Her work has appeared in Inside Out, Real Living and House & Garden just to name a few. Now she has embarked on a new adventure with photographer Jason Furnari. They have opened an online print store called Our Print Collection where they offer affordable photographic art for interiors – limited edition pieces, either unframed or framed. I love Jason’s photographs and how Emma has styled the shots on the website. Now I just have to choose a favourite!
I had to revisit the home of interior designer Caecilia Potter as it is one of my all-time favourite homes we have featured on the blog. A Victorian mansion in Melbourne, Australia, this home is spectacular in its stateliness, architecture, furnishings….everything. It is EVERYTHING. (Photos: Atticus & Milo and The Design Files)
Let’s end the week with a contemporary take on the classic mid century bachelor pad that hangs from the hillsides of California. This Trousdale Estates, Beverley Hills home is by Studio William Heffner but screw up your eyes, stare at the screen, and let your mind wander to episodes of Mad Men. The setting is spectacular and the house a mid century modern marvel.