Let me introduce you to the outstanding photography of Ted Yarwood. Please have a look at his for more eye candy – there were so many amazing photos to choose from. I love the photos below because the lighting in each is just perfect, and he focuses on the most beautiful elements of each space. Oh – and I would give my right arm for those pink tufted leather chairs.
Time for another trip to the retro vault. This time a look at wall coverings and window treatments. Images scanned from The Practical Encyclopedia of Good Decorating and Home Improvement, Vol 17, Greystone Pres, 1971.
I’m drawn to the Gustavian look. Love the Scandinavian take on distressed antiques, monotones, simple ceramics and hemp and linen fabrics. I’m particularly loving the grey on grey. Just a peep inside this beautiful Danish antique store, .
Somehow neither Lisa nor I have posted about Ruthie Sommers. She is hugely popular in the design scene and as everyone knows, was on the cover of Domino’s first issue. She is a design goddess and her style rocks beyond words. She only has a few pics of interiors on her but had many fab photos in her store’s (Chapman Radcliff Home) gallery. OH LA LA. I want it all.
, fashion designer, interior designer, furniture, fabric and home accessory designer. Her husband, Ashley Hicks, an architect and designer of interiors, furnishings, and textiles (and son of late decorating icon David Hicks). It’s a dynasty in the making. Although not as flamboyant as her father-in-law the influence is definitely there. Check out her for all its lovely bohemian eclectic but luxury lifestyle products. The Allegra Hicks lifestyle is easy, stylish, individual, fun and enduring.