You will no doubt be familiar with some of Australian born photographer Vee Speer ‘s work. The birthday Party and Thirteen, have been seen dotted around the most fabulous houses shared all over the blogosphere! Her style is unmistakable, she has exhibited all over the […]
This beautiful London home is an awesome combination of industrial and rustic.It is available to rent out through Shoot Factory, a company providing hundreds of drool worthy places available for photo shoots or filming. I wouldn’t mind moving there, massive amount of love for that […]
Eclectic, eccentric, this super cool pad in Notting Hill belongs to creator of fashion label Sister Jane, Bea Deza. I absolutely adore the kitchen where all the boundaries have been pushed to create a glam space with oversized mirror and chandeliers sitting alongside an old lab table and some Philip Stark stools! Wow! In the bedroom the stunning Katrina Phillips wallpaper gives the room a very British Country house feel. The whole apartment is a vintage lover’s heaven!
This house is a perfect example in how to pull off the industrial look successfully! Such a great combo of wood and concrete, bare bricks, vintage classics like the Bertoia chairs, the amazing Roundhouse kitchen, all of it very reminiscent of a New York loft […]
This is simply the coolest hotel in London.I could stop here and just let you look at the beautiful photographs and I am sure you would not doubt fall for the eclectic vibe, the cool art and perfectly imperfect decor.Rough luxe, vintage chic, rustic luxe […]
I have to admit I was giddy with excitement when I spotted this place in Coté Maison.As soon as I saw it belonged to King of repurposing Stuart Haygarth, I knew it was going to be damn right amazing.If you are not familiar with the Stuart’s work then google his name click on images and you will see how talented the man is! Better still look on his website here! The loft he shares with his photographer wife and daughter Billie is located in Shoreditch, London and is of course full of vintage repurposed items, from the bookcases to the 1920s smoked glass lamps in the kitchen area.Also worth mentioning the blue Smeg fridge which brings a little colour. The loft which use to be an old factory is almost entirely open plan and retain most of its original features such as the amazing oak floor.What do you think?