Posts from the ‘interior’ Category
I don’t know where these places are but I wish I was in them.
[via the bubb report]
Remember how ape you all went for the last paint by numbers house? Well this couple have gone one better: their bedroom is full of nautical paint by numbers paintings.
Where the hell can I find some of these? (Ok, I just looked on eBay and found the answer…)
[via please sir]
I’ve seen these pictures in blogland already but they’re too good not to re-post. This has got to be the best wallpaper ever, no?
I’m couch-ridden and bored out of my brain. I didn’t think it was possible to work yourself sick but I’ve done it and it sucks.
At least it’s giving me the chance to catch up on some of my favourite blogs that I’ve neglected over the last few weeks. Emma’s Designblogg is one of them. She finds the most amazing interiors. Above are three of the best.
[via Emma’s Designblogg]
A Hemingway always takes time for me to read. Not because I don’t enjoy them. Quite the contrary, in fact. It’s just that some of his sentences are so handsome, so earth shatteringly exceptional that I have to stop reading, close the book and take a few deep breaths before I can continue. There was even a line in The Old Man and The Sea that destroyed me so completely that I couldn’t pick the book back up for a week. He was a true master of language, and it seems he wasn’t so bad at interior decorating too.
[photos via unruly things]
The day before I went to Romania, I moved south of the river to Clapham. The only thing better than paying much, much less rent for a much bigger house, is that I’ve been able to decorate.
I have a big thing for rain motifs. I even considered getting a tattoo of one (sorry Mum). These wall stickers by Studio Violet are incredible! And much less permanent. I’m moving house soon so might invest in some for my new room.
There are a few sections of January’s Marie Claire that reflect my dream life. That bedroom! Even owning one Chanel bag, let alone more than 300? Fabulous.
Any skincare company that advocates a regular intake of good books as part of a balanced lifestyle is alright by me. Never mind that Aesop‘s products leave your skin feeling incredible, smell amazing, and can be purchased from some of the most beautifully original stores I think I’ve ever seen.
Each store is designed to suit its individual location. The above pictures are from Melbourne and Adelaide. The below from the understated London store on Mount Street in Mayfair.
I’ve picked up this really bad habit of singing the word amazing. So if something’s really good, I’ll go: Oh my god, that’s amaaazing. It’s actually kind of weird. As was my entire week, come to think of it. And after last night I’ve decided that I will not drink wine. ever. again. Just like after the night before I decided no more beer. ever. again. And the night before that? No. more. vodka. No more. Oh, and champagne for breakfast… just.say.no.
Anyway, my point is that when I saw these galleries from Domino Magazine, featuring peeks into the houses of