31 January 2014
30 January 2014
29 January 2014
In narrow city apartments nothing beats an internal window. You are often stuck with a window either in the front of the building or the back. If more unlucky, on the side facing a brick wall… I hope that's not you! City dwellings are great for mixing your unexpected finds, industrial touches, and sometimes rustic pieces.
This home is on the market via Per Jansson
27 January 2014
Joseph Dirand is a household name in Paris. An Interior Designer with clean, classic, crisp style, he never fails to marry the old glamour with new contemporary aesthetic.
This apartment sits in Saint-Germain-des-Pres, amidst a neighborhood of high end boutiques and cafes. If truly given a bottomless budget, I would call for the same finishes-- smooth vs rough, glossy vs matte, old vs new, light vs dark, finished vs raw, a play with scale, and art. One can dream right?
Photography Joseph Dirand
24 January 2014
Pure visual inspiration! On my last trip to London, Dover Street Market was my "It" store. Soon as I stepped in I was enveloped by a "feeling", and to me this experience is a sign of a successful visual merchandising. You will find high end luxury brands set up side-by-side with skater brands-- that is a concept practiced by Rei Kawakubo of comme des garçons. I am thrilled Dover Street Market is now open in New York!
Despoke via New York Times
23 January 2014
A dark interior has always been something I found intriguing, mysterious, extremely dramatic. It is most sophisticated and timeless, and serves as a strong backdrop to any interior. Lotta Agaton does it again, and claiming "dark walls is the new white". Indeed!
Photography Maison Hand