Dance like nobody's watching, love like you've never been hurt. Sing like nobody's listening, live like it's heaven on earth. -Mark Twain-

torstai 27. toukokuuta 2010

Spanish-style house

Here’s the Jeff Andrews interior design portfolio. It’s a Brilliant use of color and inspired juxtaposition of decorative styles make Andrews’ layout uniquely his own.

Here's more....

Source : Jeff Andrews

keskiviikko 26. toukokuuta 2010

grandmother's house

Atlanta Bartlett is a famous interiors stylist popular with her relaxed, accessible style. She started her career at Homes & Gardens and after this is a successful freelance stylist.

Here are some moments from her portfolio.

By Raru

Very berry!

Strawberry or blackberry nails?

To satisfy the highest fashion stickler....

These one shouldered gowns are the perfect blend of fashion savvy and bridal beauty.

What say you ladies?

The only words to be said about these gowns will be words of love!!

via Rosa Clara.

Modern day goddess

Take a look at these stunning images from Jenny Packham.

Ethereal silk chiffons, old world crystal brooches and time worn textures of the room create a nostalgic, vintage yet modern feel.

sunnuntai 16. toukokuuta 2010

Awesome railway station

Check this out.... WAU!!!

I have always wanted a old school building or the railway station to live at.
Susy Smith and her husband Alex Evans did that... transformed a disused railway station in the Meon Valley in Hampshire into an origonal family home!

'The area at the front used to be a car park :0)
The old station platform provides a great terrace and an old railway carriage functions as guest bedrooms and bathrooms.

Railway memorabilia adds authenticity and a touch of humour to the gate of this fabulous family home!!!

torstai 6. toukokuuta 2010

Retro inspiration

Here’s some retro inspiration for you....

by Jonathan Adler

The Hollywood Sign Hotel or just un-der-lined

Christian Bay – Jørgensen, owner of Bay Arch, has an idea to turn the famous Hollywood Sign into an hotel. This could solve the money/land issues that have been sorrounding the sign lately. The plan calls for the famous letters to be enlarged to double the size, building them out from the back, allowing guests to stay inside the Hollywood sign itself.


here is another idea designed by Danish and Belgian architects Bart de Lege, Frederique Hermans, Jan Bloemen, Joep Verheijen, and Steven van Esser.

Why not literally draw an outline underneath the Hollywood Sign that does justice to this historical spot and symbol. Why not create a program that provides for various activities on a specific theme: a location for the Oscar Ceremony in a polyvalent theater, a hotel, a film museum, a scenographic park with a panoramic view at the city (for reference: Park Guell by Gaudi in Barcelona), a trendy bar & restaurant, a conference room, a casino, etc…