Displaying posts from September, 2010

Flickr finds – pantries

Posted on Sun, 19 Sep 2010 by KiM


Posted on Sat, 18 Sep 2010 by midcenturyjo

… spring sunshine

WINKS – weekend links. Here we list what has come in during the week, things we’ve found and things we think you’ll want to see. If you’d like to see your blog or website featured email us and if we think it fits with our readers we’ll link you. So what’s in this week?



  • illustrates plates. Big bad bears and wee small wrestling mice with a thing for sweets. I can’t make up my mind which one is best for my husband but I’m definitely having the wolf! Etsy store .



  • Loving these pure hemp rugs hand woven in India for . Julie Paterson’s pared back landscapes, simple abstract shapes in bold earthy colours. Want to rub my toes on these.

    • Gorgeous furniture by .  French provincial to industrial and based in Armadale, Victoria. For those Aussies craving that townhouse/country house vibe.

  •  Lunch on the grass anyone? Fun pieces for everyday by .

  • Where are the blogs? Where are the reading guides? I have dozens of wonderful new blogs saved up ready to go but when? I’m moving in the next couple of months so winks will become reading guides 🙂 and I can stress out over packing and moving and you can chill with lots of lovely blogs. Just a little longer dear readers. But I couldn’t wait to share these two. Click on the banners above and enjoy!

The colour purple

Posted on Fri, 17 Sep 2010 by KiM

There is a problem with this blog. All of this eye candy we feature has the effect of making people change their minds over and over again about what sort things they like in a space. I for one am not a big fan of pastels, particularly purple/lavendar. Then I go and find this gem of a home on and I now think purple is not that bad. I kind of like it (although the living room rug could be a bit more interesting) – especially with all the grey walls, which has been my favourite wall colour for ages. Maybe you’ll change your mind about using pastels when you see the wonderful photos below. (Happy Friday!!)

Martin Gomez Arquitectos

Posted on Fri, 17 Sep 2010 by midcenturyjo

A stone headland rises to meet the sea and sand. Manmade crests waves of pampas grass. In Punta del Este, Uruguay design beach houses that meet the environment and embrace it. It’s modern and it’s sexy. It’s hot and it’s too cool. Thanks to María for sharing these as yet unpublished shots. If you want to see more inspiring houses by the design studio lead by Argentinian architect Martin Gomez then click over to their … full of fabulous press tears and work. You’ll remember the from Elle Decoration.

Reader request – mantels

Posted on Thu, 16 Sep 2010 by KiM

This week’s reader request comes from Nicola in London: “Our living room has a beautiful original Victorian fireplace but I am struggling to figure out what would look good on the mantelpiece (I think they are just called mantels in the U.S.) I have tried a few arrangements but nothing I have put together so far seems to work….” Simple enough. I think when you’ve got a Victorian fireplace, you could decorate it with virtually anything as they are so beautiful to begin with. 🙂  Anyway, here are many photos of fireplace mantels and the assorted decor they hold.


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