Happy Friday everyone. It’s been a looooong week, and going to be a looooong weekend filled with basement organizing (including getting rid of alot of my crap), wedding dress and ring shopping, and dressing room demolition (wait till you see the flooring I bought last weekend!). All in preparation of the arrival of my fiancé and his 2 cats. So with that I leave you with photos of gorgeous spaces from the portfolio of Milan-based photographer(s) .
Photographer has always been generous with her work, sending along her latest images for us to use. When Gemma emailed this week that she had launched her new website I quickly clicked over and loved what I saw. It’s fresh and uncomplicated, youthful and fun. I can imagine walking into these rooms and feeling right at home. Here’s just a taste of what you’ll find when you visit Gemma’s . Love this portfolio! (Don’t miss Gemma’s for updates on her latest projects)
is the king of white spaces. White is his trademark and it’s incredible how he can mix so many shades of white, off-white, cream, beige, ivory, eggshell….and make it WORK. The result is sophisticated and absolute drama. Below is a home in Sagaponack, New York that he designed, go figure, all in white.
It’s easy to see why German photographer has shot for magazines such as Elle Decoration GB. Her aesthetic is minimal and crisp. Light is bright and white but not harsh. Simple rooms shimmer and floors and windows almost glow. Stylish European interiors never looked so good. A pared back stylish vibe. Once again a photographer has me craving timber… floors, furniture, windows. A good photographer should always make you crave. (For a look at Sabrina’s darker side don’t miss her stills portfolio on her .)
is a Japanese architecture firm headed by 35 year old Makoto Tanijiri and employs what looks to be a bunch of very creative young people (from what I can tell on their profile page). That creativity oozes from every corner of every space they have designed. I am adoring the exposed concrete, the use of timber in somewhat odd places, cool staircases, wacky exteriors. Incredible. They definitively think outside the box.