Successful trip to Maison Objet, Paris. Always much to inspire, many great purchases for out next project
Not long now and all will be revealed………… IDC have all been working on site preparing the interiors for the launch on June 6th. Just the spa complex complete now.
Here’s a sneak peak of what is to come
This is the quiet time I mentioned in yesterdays post, lunches all tidied away, tables reset and waiting for the evenings reservations. This is the Restaurant Mote which we completed back in the summer.
This is our next project nearing completion, a large victorian house with a central galleried staircase. Its been slowly taking shape these past months, pool and spa wing almost completed, main house due in next few weeks. Hard to believe with all the scaffolding up, that it will all come together , but slowly sections are being revealed. Unlike the last project panic stations right up to the last moment, this project, although only 8 days to carry out the installation, feels like it will be finished at handover. Keeping our fingers crossed
Here are some before images, wont be long and I will post the completed project hopefully
Or should I say black and white? extreme polarities and what a difference in feel designing with either of these in a monochromatic scheme. My new studio is white, its very uplifting and helps me to achieve a clear head. However decorating with the two colours helps to bring about an equalibrium as in The Crown below. A timeless classic updated in black, the ercol chair, draped with a white cosy sheepskin. This Inn and their sister establishment The Olde Bell Inn are designed by Ilsa Crawford
an image from Domino magazine inspired me to research Joseph Frank, his 40’s prints are so vibrant of full of energy and so incredibly detailed.
This room is full of hope, waiting for the summer sun to return, strangely this pattern is called Hawaii?
Svenskt Tenn a wonderful interiors shop in Stockholm , opened in in the 1920’s, 10 years later Josef Frank joined the design team and his abundantly floral fabrics were born. Click on the image below to take you to the Svenskt Tenn shop,