I don't know if its just because its the beginning of winter here in Melbourne but I'm really loving colour today. As some of you may know I am normally a neutral girl and usually stay away from to much colour, but I admire people who know how to use it well. A perfect example is of Kathryn's work. She is a fabulous Interior Designer and her portfolio is amazing, she even has her own fabric collection as well. Oh and a blog that I am eager to check out!
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Ashley Whittaker is an Interior Designer based out of New York City and has had numerous honorable mentions in magazines like Home Beautiful and Domino. Her work is so vibrant and colourful, to me it seems to be very summer/spring inspired. I have picked some of my favorite rooms to share with you, but you can also check out more of her work on her website.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
Lovely Erica from Moth Design tagged me in her 6th picture game. Erica's 6th picture posted on her blog was of her bar cart that she beautifully decorated in her master bathroom. I absolutely love the way she decorates her home! You can check out her 6th post (and home!) on her Blog. My sixth picture (above) was from a post called Inspirations and it featured a picture of Thom filicia's lake house. It was so funny looking back through some of my old posts! Its amazing how much your style changes and your posts evolve over the years. But, I do still love Thom's work so I thought I would share some more pics of his lake house.
Here are the lovely blogs that I have decided to tag.
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Thursday, April 15, 2010
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
As most bloggers may already know, the new issue of LONNY magazine is out now. I am still amazed about how fabulous it is to have an online magazine that is absolutely FREE!! This issue is a massive 227 pages and is full of great new ideas. One thing that caught my attention was Michelle Adams new eco-friendly apartment. She has redecorated her apartment with a softer more sophisticated colour pallet and consciously decided to make design choices that were eco friendly. I personally adore her new look. I would love to hear what you think. Any thoughts?