Vanessa Bruner a writer for Houzz published a Loft that we recently completed in Los Angeles. Always exciting to share the completed projects and to see how each one takes on it's own personality. To see a space that is completly empty of any design feature, aside from the defining walls that contain the space, and then to see it in all it's glory-- is just one of the endless reasons I love being an Interior Designer!
I'm a HUGE fan of wallpaper anywhere and everywhere. Andrew Martin has a really amazing vintage collection, with old postage stamps, luggage, panels that look so real you have to feel the wall to see that it's actually not raised paneling.
LOOVE this company! An Italian company Wall & DECO have some of the most extraordinary full wall murals and can be made to spec. These are just some of the many, many amazing graphics they have turned into wallpaper!
via Wall & Deco
Out searching for a new client whose project extends to their outdoor space. While the landscape architect has already filled in the ground with beautiful stone, we get to bring the back patio area to life! I went to my go to for amazing pots and plants...here are some of the goods!
Finally received backordered memo samples! Even the samples are so popular they sometimes don't have enough. Trina Turk fabric is insane, the blue ikat flamestich by Martin Bullard Lawerence, oh and the Donghia Chevron embossed velvet in the top right corner!! I'm in love..
I have a new title to add to my repertoire, Master of Pillow Arrangements! Such a cute post by Becky Harris on Houzz. The Washington Post doesn't endorse it as the "flicker of design ideas" for nothing Take a look...
We are very excited to share the international design go to blog for all things inspiring in design has featured Natalie Younger Interior Design! Always looking to the site to see what the creative duo Kim and Jo post everyday, we were estatic to hear that they loved our work and wanted to share it with all their faithful viewers...ahem...thanks Desire to Inspire!!
Via Desire to Inspire
These "side" tables are not just to cast off in the corner of the room next to the lonely chair to keep it company. OH no, these should be front row center, they are all so amazingly different and interesting I want to use them all! Although we can only chose one for this project..sigh...what an impact it will have.
Hotel Viura is one of those beautiful places that has no qualms about showing off. It's a risky mix for the locale and doesn't make a lot of sense other than the re-creation of the topography in relation to the stacked levels featuring jutted angles that you see around the hotel. This building is reminiscent of the houses and such along the Almalfi Coast and would be a modern take next to the homes there. But here it's just strange, but utterly fascinating.