If you would like to participate in the Monday’s pets on furniture series please send photos, your name, location and a brief description to kim[@]desiretoinspire[.]net, or hashtag your photos #DTIpetsonfurniture.
Our sweet cat Nero napping in Edinburgh, Scotland. We just got him from a rescue centre and found out he has chronic kidney disease. Not with us for a long time but we’ll make sure it’s a good time.
The pretty kitty with a very relaxed pose is Stella. The curled up pup in the background is Maud.
– Elliot (Indiana)
I found Lummi 10 years ago on an island by the same name in the pacific north west. Maisie was found roaming alone in downtown Chicago where we live and moved in last year 🙂
– Irina (Chicago)
here is a pic of Jarvis, a Russian Blue mongrel relaxing at home in Paddington, Sydney.
Pet’s name: Alcor
Owner name: Marco
Description: Obviously, it’s Monday Morning. 🙂
Mondays are all about wondering where the weekend went, all about pressing the snooze button over and over until you’re late, all about surreptitiously sipping on a takeaway coffee cup on the train to work. Mondays are all about dreaming of endless days at the seaside, of the perfect beach house. Blue and white and washed out neutrals, rattan and driftwood and sand and green glass. Mondays are about working for the man so that maybe one day your dream house will look just like this one by .
I am completely in love with this renovated 19th century apartment in Madrid. The original architectural details including exposed beams and brickwork alone have me about to pass out, let alone the fact that this space is furnished with a wonderful random assortment of antique/vintage pieces. That chandelier over the dining table is especially scrumptious. Ana Cabellos and Elisa Fernández of worked some magic here. Via .
It’s like I say week after week. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish and if you’re your own boss in your own small business and use coworking spaces then even better! After all it makes little difference complaining to the boss about working conditions if the boss is you. in Sydney designed by .
NYC based designer does not follow trends so her interiors are often eclectic and unexpected. This home with its traditional details in a loft-like setting is unpredictable, but then add in Tamara’s unique assortment of styles in the decor and you have something that is whimsical yet sophisticated.