Saturday, 31 May 2014

hello weekend

This weekend I’m going to the west pier and the level in Brighton and prepping for design studio tutoring next week, so a nice quiet local weekend. I hope that you all have a lovely plans for the weekend, but incase yore at a loose end here are a few links for you to enjoy: 

Interior inspiration with pink seating 
What do you put on business cards when you're a solo artist/designer 
A round up of the Milan image art fair 
A hairdresser’s with a modern twist 
A simple guide to choosing a web host with wordpress
Ilse Crawford at the VitraHaus 
Little BigBell's great Clerkenwell design week round up 
Plus I Love this converted pub

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Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Elsewhere this week

I was blogging about Firepits and Fireplaces over here this week.



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Saturday, 24 May 2014

Wake up your walls

Have you seen the wonderful short film put together by John Lewis to encouage and give advice on combining statement wallpaper with your paint choices? It features the gorgeous GP & J Baker Nympheus which I love, particularly as its hard to believe it was created in 1915. So if you've got any DIY projects planned for this bank holiday weekend it worth having a look.
Video here

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Monday, 12 May 2014

My kind of Monday

Saw this and fell in love. Dark walls, great view, yellow upholstery, oak chevron flooring and vintage furniture….. bliss
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Monday, 5 May 2014

Eating out should visually entice

I’m a real believer in being seduced by your surroundings. If I like it, I LOVE it and if it’s meh, I seriously DISLIKE it. I can’t help it; even though I try to curb my inclination to critique it is usually readily available, wanting to join the party.  For me personally, when I go out to eat the environment in which I enjoy my food is as important as the food itself.  {I’ve probably made all the foodies out there shake their heads in disbelief}  That doesn’t mean that it has to be fancy or white table clothed, just considered.

The luxury steakhouse Beef Bar has restaurants in Monaco, Berlin and Mexico City. Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet designed the spaces using geometry and symmetry whilst creating great focal points such as the lighting in bronze and alabaster, a tarnished metal bar and lots of matt black and shades of gold.
 
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