Successful trip to Maison Objet, Paris. Always much to inspire, many great purchases for out next project
Fresh from the pages of Rue magazine
A wonderful eclectic mix including my favourite turquoise
Its been a busy week so far, feels like it should be Friday!, so looking forward to luxuriating under the covers on Sat morning knowing there is no meeting to attend, not deadline to meet , just a leisurely breakfast. Thanks to Remodelista for introducing me to this amazing shop, full with exquisite bedlinens, fabulous cashmere blankets and finery for the well dressed bed.
Always on the look out for something interesting and with integrity, just love these cushions, sure you will agree the ethos behind these gems puts them into a class of their own.
Sorry we havent posted in awhile, we have been really busy but just had to post about our visit to Maison Objet. This is an absolute must for interior design trade shows, and definitely not to be missed. So much to inspire, but it is “huge” and this year even bigger with a new hall, making 8 in total. We we walked around for three solid days, by then we were full of so many images that our brains were in overload, enough was enough and we called it a day. The following images will pop up in my designs for sure…………. in fact some already have !!
Shower curtains, wet and clammy, not for me, but I came across this one that I thought rather charming, and would most definitely include in my designs.
On the other hand, althought I love the simplicity of this wonderful wet room, I do love a bath, cant beat a nice deep hot one !
they are both so gorgeous……. dinnerware at is very best. Such beautiful shapes, looks amazing in white, but oh no, it comes in Blue too. Spoilt for choice. Designed by Paulo Navone for Reichenbach. Handmade to order in Germany, exquisite
Very interesting range of furniture http://casamidy.com/furniture/armchairs.html
What a unique concept. One can purchase the tiles separately and form a design unique to your specific location. Easily constructed by bending and joining the shapes with special “rubber bands”. I am sure you will agree the results are amazing.