Alexander McQueen is a design house which is edgy, cutting edge and modern. I love the gothic sophistication of this look! It is a powerful look that is extremely stylish…
What do you think?
It’s time I made a confession, I LOVE Tom Dixon Lights…
There is something about his masterful style… using fantastic materials like copper in ways that reflect the industrial era but also evoke modern taste. Inspired by my dreams about the fantastic hotel me and my partner are staying at in New York, I thought I’d share some more inspiring pics of Tom Dixon Lighting and how to get the look in your home!
Gorgeous right? One of these lovely Tom Dixon Pendent Lights made from copper will set you back £340.00. For a genuine Tom Dixon I think it’s rather reasonable, go on spoil yourself… But if you need a good replica, try Matt Blatt, their replica will only set you back $295.00…
But one of my new favourites is definitely this baby…. Named the Etch Light Web in Copper this beautiful pendent light creates amazing patterns when lit and is simply stunning!
The fantastic thing about light pendant lights like these is you can have them installed in most apartments without voiding your lease agreement. A simple fitting can be installed by an electrician and then if you decide to move later on it’s a quick switch to put the original light fitting back in. Add some charm and originality to your apartment with this easy and stylish addition.
Happy Monday Everyone !
I love looking everywhere and then finding a few things in the ways of furniture that I have never seen before. These such pieces are just that! I adore them all.
Flotsum & Jetsam Coffee Table from Marcusoreilly.com. RRP: $3,900.00
Those who follow this blog know my love of recycled wood coffee tables. This one takes the cake! I love the use of different slabs of wood and colours to create an individual texture to each table. This is a sure-fire conversation starter and something you will adore for life!
4foldlow coffee table designed by George Rice for Formtank. RRP: from £490.00
This is a trendy little beauty. Reminds me a lot of the Isamu Noguchi glass coffee table but much more geometrical and updated. I love the idea of this with a graphic rug on the floor… divine.
Table bench chair by Sam Hect. POA
This really appeals to the design-for-the-sake-of-design part of me. This would never work in my home, but would look great for any interior in my “Keep it Simple, Stupid” post.
Ahhhh I am happy I found these treasures, now I must focus on my interior design project: My new living room!
My new couch arrived this week- CHECK
My new entertainment unit is paid and getting delivered (hopefully) this weekend -CHECK
NOW WHAT NEXT! more shopping of course!
There is something about the colour green. It’s so fresh and inviting!
Living in the CBD of Sydney on Darling Harbour I am lucky enough to have the view of greenery all around me. However, the power of this colour can also get lost against the dominating greys of the cement building which enclose most of the city skyline. What can you do? Well after finding these amazing images I think the best solution is incorporating this fantastic colour into your living areas. The freshness of this unexpected hue will really put you in a great frame of mind when you wake up!
I love those grand drum garden stools! They have them everywhere at the moment! I’m not a fan of the matchy-matchy in this image though as I would have went from perhaps a dark purple version of the stool available at Matt Blatt
Grand Drum in Colour from Matt Blatt. RRP: $165.00
or perhaps something even more gorgeous like this:
Jenaveve Floral Birds Sage from Kelani Fabrics. RRP: $33.00 per meter.
I’m digging this print from Kelani Fabrics to work as an occasional cushion on a nice big emerald green armchair. 🙂
What do you think about green people??? !!