Monday, November 23, 2009

If you love David Hicks, you are going to love Studium's new stone floor tiles. His 1960s motifs have been reproduced; creating nine marble and limestone styles ( These patterns never get old; they are as relevant today as they ever were!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

good stuff!

Odalisque is its name; in white polyester resin with marble dust by Pryor Callaway. It is said to be inspired by the sensual female form. WOW!

The Harlin sofa (with removable slipcover in Chant, a cotton linen from Lulu DK). What a great whimsical number; great use of the textile.
Moroso working with Ron Arad present Do-Lo-Rez. Just a really cool play on the notion of "low res" and pixelation.

I just received the Interior Design Market Tabloid (Oct 31st 2009) Here is some seating worth underlining!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Check Mate

Linoleum 1960's

Indian Palace/stone

black squares painted on a natural wood floor

I think checkered floors are great. they are the ideal solution when you are looking to make a simple statement. Impact. Fearless. Confidence. Checkered floors have been around for centuries, and can be incorporated in many different interiors, all with the same intention. From classical interiors, to Rock and Roll, these patterns can be achieved using stone, linoleum, or even paint. They are all good-what makes them excellent is context.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Fantastic (never mind the cushions on the ground)

Looks good!

Very crisp.

Great this very unassuming mirror.

Love the wall covering!
Loose the candle sticks.
Welcome, welcome everyone!!
You know I love all things tasteful; ok minus the gold candle sticks on the coffee table; but I digress. I love all things glamorous and full of umf!!! Fantastic this Zebra runner; so Hollywood. If you are going to get crazy and by all means please do, I am going to have to insist you keep it controlled by using a strong neutral palette as your background. Oh, also try not to become crazy with accessories ( I know we all love accessories...), sometimes they make a space look and feel junky.


The iconic fireplace design that put Focus on the map is as relevant today as at the time of its creation by Dominique Imbert in 1968. This mod, suspended model rotates 360 degrees, and has been exhibited in New York’s Guggeheim, The Bordeaux Modern Art Museum, and the Grenoble Modern Art Centre. Voted "Worlds most beautiful object" at the 2008-2009 Pulchra competition in Italy.