Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’

Stylish Friends

[Image from Neest] This weekend I slotted in a shiny new addition to the blog’s sidebar – Stylish Friends which will soon be populated by links to just that – super inspirational blogs by people I am so proud to call my friends. Blogging can often be a lonely [albeit chic] pass-time and after beginning […] Read more…

NYC in Colour

Everyone says that London has some of the most beautiful old architecture in the world but as i’ve been walking the streets of New York this week I have noticed the most stunning colour combinations gracing the city’s warehouse style buildings. Rarely in London do I see buildings with complimentary aesthetics sitting side by side […] Read more…

The Rosenfield Collection

The trend for collecting and sharing collections has really been gathering pace the last few years. I’ve been seeing exciting examples cropping up everywhere from events like The Museum of Everything which curates wondrously themed exhibitions each year and Miracles and Charms at The Wellcome Collection [see previous post]. What’s really nice to discover however […] Read more…

Sweet Paul

The American’s really know how to do ‘Fall” the best… Sweet Paul is a beautiful online magazine authored by stylist/crafter Paul Lowe (who’s actually a NY based Norwegian). The magazine developed following the huge success of his blog where he used to publish styled inspiration and new recipes linked to his editorial and commercial projects. […] Read more…

At second glance…

We all the know the potential Ikea products have, but stylist Lo Bjurulf and Ikea have take it to another level. Can you believe these images were created using all Ikea products? This is such a clever campaign, showing Ikea’s versatility and ability to look so, so beautiful. I am blown away by the ethereal […] Read more…

Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood

Normally I stick to bookish type things but this week I am diversifying slightly. Two days ago I had the happy opportunity to be invited to the review screening of Robin Hood which is Ridley Scott’s new epic film starring Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett. As an avid history buff to say I was skeptical […] Read more…

In the Mix

This house in Paris that was once an abandoned factory now belongs to Aurelie Mathigot a visual artist who decorates her house using an abundance of textiles, crotchet and pattern. Here, everyday objects are covered in soft fabrics and creativity. In the living room, the couch was covered with a patchwork of fabrics and the […] Read more…

Grief

I think I’ve discovered my new favourite photographer in Dutch genius Erwin Olaf. Each of his images are epic and cinematic, and the interiors in them breathtaking. My favourite is this set – ‘Grief’ within a mid-century backdrop. Read more…

Nestled In

Sometimes I miss my old personal blog which used to detail the quiet and inspirational moments of my daily life. Also, cecause of the professional design-led nature of this new blog, I also don’t post large articles on the mere inspirational value of other blogs unless they are relevant to an artist or creator. However, […] Read more…

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