A modern interpretation of life in an inner city terrace. Crisp and white with theatrical flourishes and calm private zones. Stylish simplicity and sunshine. Sunshine. You’ll never know dear how much I love you. I’m stalking in Paddington, Sydney. Link while it lasts.
is an interior designer based in San Francisco whose portfolio I came across the other day. I was immediately captivated as her designs included such a variety of styles and are so unique. I selected a random mix of favourites to share. (p.s. I’m totally gaga for the chairs in the grey dining room)
The folks of Seattle architecture firm shared with us this incredible home they designed. Located on Orcas Island (just north of Seattle), it was created for their artist client as a home and studio…to serve as a quiet retreat, disciplined working environment, and with low energy needs, all within a strict budget. The main house is essentially one large space divided by a utility cube – the kitchen, bath, and pantries. The living space is on one side of the cube, the bedroom on the other. On the west side of the space, floor to ceiling glass doors create slices of views across the archipelago. The east side has small high windows to create summer ventilation and morning light in winter. The studio is also composed of a large space divided by a utility core. However, here the focus is decidedly inward with no windows. A skylight filled vaulted ceiling keeps the space bright and light filled. Could I ever get my art on in this gorgeous space!!
That mundane trip to the next floor just got a lot more interesting. By .
It’s been awhile since I’ve been so excited by a photographer’s portfolio. I’m crushing madly on . Somehow I found her on (now isn’t that a down the rabbit hole experience almost everyday) and headed over to her website. I’m hooked. Such beautiful imagery. Such luscious light.