I’m a big fan of tweed suits and so excited they are making a comeback this fall. This suit by Michael Bastian is just the right mix of traditional materials with a contemporary flair of red. Mix it with navy, a saddle brown, or a watery blue. Sounds like a great inspiration for a luxury interior.
Modern lines in all their glory! Especially on the PK25 chair designed by Poul Kjaerholm in 1951. Some call it, the “Element” Chair based on Kjaerholm’s determination to base every material on the chair to a single piece, or element. If you look closely, you can see that the steel frame is actually a single piece without joints and connections.
Love this lighting from Aqua Gallery. All pieces from the Tokonoma Collection are individually made by hand and use naturally pressed felt from the finest merino wool and pure silk.
This piece of Abstract Expressionism by Clyfford Still (PH-972, 1959) somehow conveys nature to me. The colors are warm and the shapes almost resemble a navajo print. How do you feel about it?
Anonymous asked: Bravo for Australia( pun intended). What are the rest of us supposed to do? Totally hooked on MDD-Linda
Thank you! I believe you just had the Finale last week? More to come…
And you can walk your dog with it!
New story in the latest issue of Geil Magazine.
Talk about interiors as art. Claire Coles is based out of the UK and does custom wallpaper installations. She layers vintage wallpapers and embroiders them with silks and leathers for a truly unique space.
such good energy coming from those rocks
Are you excited for Versace to come to H&M this month? Ross is excited for a pink suit, but I think maybe he should wait until Spring to rock this one from the SS12 collection.
Who wouldn’t want to do dishes in this sink? The S-curve design is actually a trademark of the German Silver Sink Company. This sink actually appears in a butler’s pantry, one of my favorite rooms, in Alabama.
The newly opened Mr. C Hotel is shaping up to be another Beverly Hills landmark. I’m loving the high style of this bar, paired with unconventional bar stools. A fresh idea, shaken not stirred.