I cannot believe my holiday is almost over, 3 more days and IDC will be under starters orders. Beginning to feel the pressure build as the days are getting nearer, a little like race horses lining up for the start of a big race.
2013 promises to be good, lots of exciting work to get on with, new buildings to design the interiors for and one to install very soon!
Isn’t this building fabulous ! this one will be completed towards the end of this year, long way off yet, but will start detailing this as soon as we are back.
Mmmm its Friday, a day that marks the end of a weeks worth of drawing, researching, doodling, designing. These past months have been hectic, 7 day weeks and loads of deadlines to meet, this weekend is going to be all mine, time to spend time in my art studio and create for me !!
One of the most enjoyble parts of designing interiors is choosing the pieces to give spaces that certain something. Whether it be a pair of huge 6′ urns, a bronze sculpture ( stags recently!) or prized objects created by artisans and destined for huge acrylic display cases. Tin robots in a variety of colours and shapes and sizes is another appealng theme that has caught my eye recently too. Displaying mono coloured themes also, all shapes, sizes and themes all bought together by colour is another way to make a statement.
Have a good weekend everyone
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