I also interviewed Laura Baker last week for Lifework – great work space. Advertisements
I just found Zazzle – a cool site for posters. And they’ve got a whole collection of really affordable WPA art. Including this See America (and that Brush Your teeth one I posted before). 11 by 14 is $10 and the huge 52 by 66 is $129.
I always like wading through an architect’s projects on their website. It’s a very particular, highly edited look at their work – the work they want you to see, the way they want you to see it. Koko has lots of good stuff but this loft with it’s lovey light especially caught my eye.
Jaime Hayon has just completed the interior for a Faberge store- and yes, it’s truly opulent. Can’t wait to see the rest of it…
I love it when I come across a new blog – this one, Froken O, is in Swedish so I can’t read a damn word but I really like the images. The blogger has a great eye – and a very cool house. Via Welcome Home.
I love this Library sign from Threepotatofour. It appeals to the book geek in me…and would make a lovely Christmas present.
Sam Crawford sent me through more pics of the Newtown terrace – such a great reno. Not too sure about this gallery app on wordpress though! If you click on the images you’ll get a much better feel for the fine details in this project. I should also note that my lovely brother did the joinery on this project – check out Sam’s work at Square Peg Woodworks. He is a very fine joiner – as you can see from the pics below.
I just found this great interior shoot on design*sponge – it’s Annie Coggan’s house in Starksville, Mississippi. She’s a designer and has some amazing furniture. Check out it out here. And check out Annie’s lovely blog here.
Some great new pillows from Etsy seller Nena Von.
I love the way W magazine covers houses. This is actress Kate Hudson’s house in Pacific Palisades (it is from a 2005 article so who knows if she still lives there. She’s divorced now or separated?) There’s an edginess to their photography and the portraits feel like fashion shoots. Very cool.