Monday, March 30, 2009
Friday, March 27, 2009
I like how the grey colour in this apartement visually unifies space and makes a perfect background for the art photos, the furniture and the decorative objects. This is the work of french interior architect Olivier Rouvillois.
Sunday, March 22, 2009
La Bastide de Marie, This perfectly restored 18th century Bastide in Menerbes, nestled in the middle of vineyards, is a haven of peace.
The warmth and simplicity radiates from every aspect of the building, the antique and mismatched furnitures.
Every bedroom is named after an herb from the nearby hills. Some have their own terraces. Others baronial fireplaces.
Yellow mimosa, purple aster, ochre red or blue Nîmes, exposed stones and antique furniture, transparent linen gauze or printed fabrics, every carefully-crafted details lend each room its own uniqueness.
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Saturday, March 14, 2009
This amazing apartment situated in a XVI century building is the home of an interior decorator and owner of an art gallery in Rome, Valentina Buscicchio. Her signature is the harmonious mix of antiques and design objects from her gallery "Contemporanea".
Friday, March 13, 2009
If you are on the hunt for lamps and bored with the unimpressive usual suspects, take a look at the collection of lamps by italian artist Paola created for Lampaole. I love the dramatic look of model "Paglisia" shown above but also the simplicity and elegance of the bugia"candlestick" . These awesome creations are handmade using recycled materials and available in different colours. Thanks Paola for allowing me to share on Interiors.