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.
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.
This by now familiar image has travelled the blogosphere in 4 short weeks. We knew were it had been because it left a trail through as it was linked back to us. We laughed as it spread out further and further. But we only knew where it had been if our fellow bloggers who used it actually linked us as the source. You see the image is a scan from a print medium. Read the original post here to see. The magazine is cited and the manufacturer is in the comments. We know this is our image because I scanned it and there is no web link to it except my post.
So off our little friend went. Good friends blogged it and cited the source as umafeed but the blogosphere is like a giant chinese whisper and finally our little staircase was cut adrift. We had no idea where it had gone until we found linked back to us on Technorati. Now we know where staircase has been thanks to ! This post alerted us to how our staircase had travelled like a ripple into the blogosphere. When he found out where the image actually came from he posted this . Thanks for following the breadcrumbs Sean and sending staircase back to us.
And the moral of this story. Always cite your sources and do a little detective work to find out where the image came from originally. Unfortunately staircase doesn’t have a website but he does have an origin. Welcome to all those people who found their way to us because of this picture. Off you go again staircase. We’ll see where you end up this time.
P.S. You may have noticed that Li and I haven’t scanned any images lately. All pictures are sourced from websites. A lot more work but worth it. We spend hours and hours each week finding these images for our readers and we love it!
Found this on the site and had to post it. Has all sorts of my favourite things – a cat, lots of white, and cool architecture.