Jun

18

inspired palette #11 – cobalt blues

cobalt blue palette

Inspired palette #11 - cobalt blues - cobalt blue bedroom

inspired palette #11 - cobalt blues - living room

inspired palette #11 - cobalt blues - living room

inspired palette #11 - cobalt blues - bathroom

inspired palette #11 - cobalt blues - living room

inspired palette #11 - cobalt blues - bedroom

inspired palette #11 - cobalt blues - bedroom

cobalt blue palette

via 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

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Jul

07

neon yellow + neutral

Sculpture by Debra Baxter in Celestite, Glass, and Quartz Crystal

Neon yellow necklace

Handwoven necklace by Saloukee on Bottica

Dress by Christopher Kane

Baja Sandals by Rebecca Minkoff

Neon Yellow and Natural Slingshot by Wooden Slingshot

Neon and Glitter dipped Paper Tassels by Everly Lane Design

Neon yellow dipped table, seen on Dot Dot Dash

 

Neon Stripe Flat Clutch by Clare Vivier

Neon Duck Bag by Baggu on Dottie Clover

Inge Ankle Wrap Clog by Loeffler Randall

 

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Jul

02

makin’ it – this room, that light

Image courtesy of emmas designblogg.

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May

15

inspired palette #9 – not your standard blond Scandinavian

I am so happy when people really go for it. Whatever it is. This apartment in Stockholm is a prime example (and it could be said, a primary example, but I’m not going there tonight.)

In the redesign of this turn-of-the-century apartment, Swedish architects Tham & Videgård Hansson take their inspiration from the changing seasonal colors in a nearby park. They create a veritable parquet playground of hues, merging and mixing, converging and contrasting, from one room to another. The oversized parquet floor and wall panels move through electric shades of green, yellow, orange, red, and pink, to the calmer browns, grays, and black. What an extraordinary vision to dream this up.

They say the client hoped for a design that was not your “standard blond Scandinavian” interior. I’d say they hit the nail on the head.

Images courtesy of Dezeen.

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Apr

20

this teepee

I love it so.

Image courtesy of Crush Cul de Sac.

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Apr

13

a marvelous mill in marseille

Alliteration aside, I am mesmerized by the transformation of this old mill into a spectacular collage of color, texture, and kitsch. Designer and owner, Mitri Hourani takes as his maxim Antoine Lavoisier’s quote “Rien ne se perd, rien ne se crée, tout se transforme” – or “”Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed.”

While harkening back to one of the major rules of physics, this idea serves to inspire the designer to use found objects and reinvent them to have a new life. The result, a dramatic and ebullient display of clusters of light, layered tapestries, and creative kitsch.

All images courtesy of Marie Claire Maison.

 

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Mar

21

makin’ it – this room, that door

From the looks of things there’s a lot more awesome going on there than just the door… but the door, oh, the door…

(It would make a wonderful addition to a room I know.)

Image courtesy of The Style Files.

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