Architect Ricardo Bofil's repurposed cement factory in Spain.
Hala’s Designs instinctively evoked a sense of geometry and nature in my imagination. The pattern I have chosen to use is a beautiful green and off white, flowing pattern that I have transposed into a geometric print. The look is a fusion of bohemianism and nature. The pattern is inspired by Art Deco; one of my favourite creative movements and one that I thinks fits to well with Parisian style. Completely timeless, chic and effortless.
In need of freshening up your home in the new year? New year new you...pick up the latest trend at Haute Elan, at the Cheyne Walk end of Old Church Street. They have a capsule range of cushions and accessories in their beautiful boutique.
An indigo project waiting to happen...how to use the colour in your home and how it is dyed.
This is first in a series of Mood Boards to inspire your homeware shopping (orienteering...literally) adventures. On this board Francesca Gentilli, Carl Hansen & Son and the Urban Electric Co. Enjoy Nomads!!!
I wish I know who had taken this photo...i'd ask them where this space is. It's what I envision my future studio looks like...perfect light, high ceilings, airy, open, room for imagination, Carl Hansen & Søn furniture, Minotti sofas, Miró's paintings, ikat curtains, Beni Ourain rugs and plants. Who wants in?