My new “library” has been painted, and furniture placed after about 6 tries and some lovely post trauma bruising and a hunk of skin now missing off my big toe after I dropped the bookcase on it. So here it is:
Here’s the thing. I have spent the last 3 nights (actually and all day Monday because I have Mondays off for the summer, lucky me) looking for funky retro posters for my new room. Can’t really find anything that makes me want to whip out my credit card. The following are some I have found that I kind of like, although I’d prefer a couple large pieces rather than a bunch of smaller ones. Unless I buy some picture shelves and just lean ’em…
If I’m not mistaken already bought the second one. 🙂 So if anyone has any ideas – please leave comments. Share your favourite art resources.
This loft deserves a huge OMG. OK, several OMG’s. This loft is located in East London and on locations website, the description reads simply “3rd floor loft with distinctive decor”. Distinctive? Uh….YEAH. Check out all the religious art (Lisa’s fav) used to decorate this over-the-top gothic space.
Yet another London-based locations agency with incredible interior photos on their .
is one of Australia’s leading design consultancies. Founded in 1967 Nexus creates inspiring residential and commercial spaces. Their design solutions are innovative yet timeless. Award winning and extensively featured in design publications Nexus is an Australian design star that has reigned for 40 years. I’ll be featuring one of their inspiring spaces in more detail soon.
A while back, Lisa did a post about , and I happened upon her website recently and was just blown away by all the OTT, glamorous, exotic spaces Madame Sera has designed. So dreamy, so movie-star, so bordello fabulous. I just had to post some more photos.