My sister recently sent me the link to a Hungarian magazine called . I was excited to find a slew of cool photos on their website. Here are some that really caught my eye. (The first one = SO ADORABLE!).
Ever imagine what goes on behind the scenes of a magazine shoot? Imagine seeing it through the stylist’s eyes. Jason Grant is the Style Director for Australia’s most popular interiors magazine and he kindly emailed us a link to his behind the scenes snaps for the latest cover shoot. I’ve included just a few but you can see so much more over on . (While I’m sharing blog love don’t miss Editor Deborah Bibby’s for even more insight into a fabulous magazine.) Back to the home. It belongs to Gloria and Stuart Barton and the shots for the magazine are by the über talented . The interior designer is and I couldn’t resist including more of his portfolio. It’s light, bright and stylishly casual. Grab yourself a copy of the latest Real Living. Absolutely my favourite mag!
Located on a highly desirable street two blocks from the beach in the Melbourne suburb of St. Kilda is this zincalume clad extension grafted to an Edwardian home in a dramatic yet
sensitive fashion. Old is tied to new, modern meets traditional. Bi-fold doors ensure a seamless flow from indoors to outdoors. It’s about bright sunlit spaces shaded by seasonal vines, strategically planted deciduous trees and overhangs. Think high end finishes with durability as the key and all on a tight budget. Even the clothesline was given the designer twist, with a rock weight/peg holder adding a bit of flair to a typically ordinary domestic object. Another stunning project by .
If you’d like to send us photos to include in next week’s “pets on furniture” post, please ensure your photos follow our basic rules: First, the pet must be on a piece of furniture. And said piece of furniture must be clearly visible in the photo, so it takes center stage rather than your pet. (Think of it more of a photo of a great piece of furniture…and your pet happens to be sitting on it). And second, the photo must be of decent quality. If it’s dark or fuzzy (from a camera phone) then it may not make the cut. Thanks! (Photos, your name and a brief description can be sent to desiretoinspirekim[@]hotmail[.]com and PLEASE don’t send me closeups of your pet!)
“In honour of you being featured in a Singapore magazine, here’s 4-month old Mini Schnauzer Bacon posing in our in Singapore. Second picture is of him lazing at home on a newly upholstered cube stool with fabric from Ikea.”
Don’t let these scans fool you. If you ever come across a copy of Unique Home Improvements run. Run fast. Do not look. The vast majority of this English publication is horrid. Think wall to wall bathroom carpet, tapestry chairs and shag pile, multiple platform levels lying in wait from unsuspecting punters, acres of knotty pine and brick and wallpaper covering everything from pipes to light switches. These are the few images that didn’t terrify me. You have been warned! Unique Home Improvements, edited by Harry Butler, Golden Hands Books, Marshall Cavendish, London and New York, 1975 run