Friday, April 18, 2014

Weekend


Happy weekend! Hope it's a lovely one. We'll be enjoying the Easter long weekend here — there's definitely going to be a chocolate egg or two in my immediate future. How about you?

(photo for markham roberts inc. via sarah sarna)

A Fresh Way With Colour


Love this light-filled Copenhagen apartment, the home of Marie Terdrup, Andreas Koefoed and their two young children Uma and Morris — wonderful blend of inherited furniture and modern art. More here on Boligliv.

(photography by tia borgsmidt)

Smile


Wishing you a fun Easter weekend.

(vintage 1946 photo of a barnum and bailey showgirl via flavorwire)

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Sweetness and Light


The perfect perch. Love the sculptural magazine rack and light.

(photo by kitka design toronto on flickr)

Buffet


This week's links. Enjoy.

Europe's Best Places to Eat Like a Local
From a classic Parisian teahouse to an authentic British haunt, here are Europe's best places for a local bite.

Inside the Offices of 12 Psychoanalysts
From Co.Design: "Ever since Freud invited patients to lie on an oriental rug-draped couch, therapists have considered interior design an important component of their work." Fascinating photos by photographer and psychoanalyst Mark Gerald of the offices of his peers, taken from his ongoing series In the Shadow of Freud's Couch. More photos on Mark's site here.

Ukrainian Egg Decoration, Illustrated
Gorgeous series of vintage illustrations of Pysanka, or Ukrainian egg decorating designs. Inspiring and beautiful.

Sleeping Beauty: The Abandoned Alexandra Theatre
Located in north London, the Alexandra Palace is one of the few surviving 19th century grand leisure buildings — and hidden away inside is a theatre that closed its doors 65 years ago. Great photos and fascinating history.

The 50 Best Cult and Classic Lipstick Shades of All Time
Who doesn't love slide shows of great lipstick colours? I certainly do. Now coveting all shades by Tom Ford. Perfect.

Our Cubicles, Ourselves: How the Modern Office Shapes American Life
Interview by The Atlantic with Nikil Saval about his new book Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace — and how the now ubiquitous office cubicle makes office workers feel.

Photos of Literature's Most Famous Meals
Dinah Fried's fantastic site Fictitious Dishes was an online sensation when it first appeared in 2012 — Dinah styled, prepared and photographed elaborate recreations of iconic meals in literature ranging from Proust's madeleines to the smørrebrød in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Now she has a new book out of her work, but a revisit of her site is well worth the time. Via FlavorWire.

Asparagus With Eggs and Parmesan
A perfect dish for spring — light, healthy and a welcome break from heavier Easter weekend fare.


(photo by beeldsteil with styling by april and may. via lovenordic)

Easter Eggs


These gold-dipped marble eggs over at Style Me Pretty are an elegant alternative to the usual pastels seen at this time of year — find out how to make your own here.

(photo via style me pretty)

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Moments of Beauty


A dress that transcends fashion to become sculpture. Photo of model Melissa Tammerijn by Thomas Cooksey for Harper's Bazaar Singapore, December 2013.

(via a muted palette)

An Editor's Office


With only four rooms in their apartment, director of Elle Decoration South Africa Laureen Rossouw and her partner opted to dedicate one room as an office/library — it's here that they keep all the objects of an interesting life. Art, books, music, magazines, souvenirs from their extensive travels — all go here, while the rest of their space is kept minimalist and tranquil. Such a creative environment. More info here on Elle Decor España. More photos of her office here.

Easter Eggs


These Pantone Easter eggs just make me smile — perfect for design nerds. Find out how to make them over on How About Orange.

(photo via how about orange)

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Simple Pleasures


A little green for spring. This small echeveria just joined my succulent collection by the south window.

(photo by me on instagram)

Atelier: Japanese Poster Designs


Love these beautiful posters by contemporary Japanese artists, taken from the collection of Takushoku University Arts Library. Just stunning. More here on Bibliodyssey.

(credits, from top to bottom: Yoshio Hayakawa [1995]; Tadanori Yokoo [2001]; Kohei Sugiura [1992]; Tadanori Yokoo [2000]; UG Sato [1983]; Kohei Sugiura [1983]; Kazumasa Nagai [1988])

Easter Eggs


Love this stylish take on decorated eggs — an elegantly simple ikat pattern. Find out how to make them here.

(photo by frida ramstedt. via trendenser by way of pinterest)

Monday, April 14, 2014

Monday


Something fun and a little different for this Monday — the launch of an egg post a day, right up to Easter weekend. Today, a lovely study of eggs by photographer Siren Lauvdal.

Comfortably Minimalist


Located in the heart of Copenhagen on a quiet back street near the Royal Garden, the lovely loft home of Line Dahy Ernst and Thomas Høedholts has retained its industrial origins — beams, rough plastered walls and an iron pillar in the middle of the room have been left intact, while the mullioned windows add period charm. Their minimal and graphic approach to decorating is a reflection of their refined aesthetic tastes — they share backgrounds in design and fashion. More here on Rum Hemma.

(photography by peter kragballe)

Friday, April 11, 2014

Weekend


Happy weekend! Hope it's a lovely one. We'll be getting outside and enjoying the warm sunshine before it disappears into rain and wet snow — how about you?

(photo by idha lindhag via scandinavian home)

19th Century Modern


Located in a 19th century Haussmann-style building in the ninth arrondissement of Paris, this stunning apartment has been beautifully updated for modern living. All the lovely old moldings, fireplaces, floors, doors and other period details have been carefully restored, while the layout has been modernized with a more contemporary decor — plus a new kitchen. Lovely results. More here on Living.

(photography by helenio barbetta. via dpages)
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