Barbara Hill is a native Texan who has also lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Santa Fe, New Mexico. Maybe this is the reason why a desert flair blows all over her Interior Design works. I love her use of colors and materials. Same shades, almost monochrome spaces. This is Marfa House.
April 14, 2012 – 4:34 pm
This house designed by Architecture firm Maxwan, used to be a barn. It is now a very light and comfortable space. I like the contrast between wooden beamed ceilings and white floor and walls.
April 14, 2012 – 8:51 am
Ditte Isager is a photographer born and raised in Copenhagen Denmark and now living in New York. Whether shooting interiors, personalities, lifestyle and travel, she has always a very Scandinavian perspective. I really love her style.
April 13, 2012 – 3:49 pm
This is my favorite outdoor furniture brand. The Spanish company Gandia Blasco is impossible to imitate. Its furniture immediately gives a modern and clean touch to all exteriors, even the small ones.
Here’s an exemple from one of my works; even though the terrace was pretty small, a touch of Gandia helped me to change the all look of the apartment:
April 12, 2012 – 3:39 pm
Born and raised in Colombia, and living in Barcelona since 1999, Catalina Estrada brings all the colors and power of Latin-American folklore and refines it with a subtle touch of European sophistication. Her ability for creating fascinating illusive worlds, full of colors, nature, and enchanting characters, bursts in all of her works. She says: “I love colors and shapes and if I have a choice I want to make them beautiful.” If you need to completely change your house with just one touch, you know how to do it!
April 11, 2012 – 7:47 pm
I have always dreamed of living in a nice little, white house right on the beach. Here it is! Designed by Dutch firm JUMA Architects in collaboration with Minimum Arquitectura, this duplex completely merge with the coast view. Oh yes. I’d love to live there.
April 11, 2012 – 3:50 pm
I just felt in love with Swedish Interior Stylist Lotta Agaton. All her works are refined, precise, clean, airy. In one word: perfect. I selected a couple of images that put together urban decay and interesting design objects. Love it!
April 10, 2012 – 3:25 pm
I am crazy about this house’s interiors. The total white design and the beautiful landscape create unique painting-like views. I love the huge and light white curtains that decorate the inside space. The only kind of curtains that I actually like. This is the Nakahouse by XTEN Architecture, California. (Via dezeen)
April 9, 2012 – 8:33 pm
House of Trough by Jun Igarashi Architects in Kato-gun, Hokkaido, Japan. Colors, volumes, light and empty space are all focused inward. And the interiors are really, really stunning and refined. The contrast with the surrounding buildings underlines the peaceful and dreamlike interior space. It’s hard to imagine something closer to poetry.