Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Perfect Paris Pad

I know this place has been blogged about a million times already, but I couldn't help myself. L'Wren, I'll take the apartment, but you can keep Mick ;)

Photographed by François Halard for Vogue

Monday, 23 April 2012

Sydney style

I've always been interested to see how other people live. I think we all have a little bit of a voyeur inside us, that's why tabloids and shelter magazines sell so well. But I think what's even more interesting is to see how peoples lives change, and how they express that within their surroundings, and seeing how their homes evolve as a stage for the drama of life.  The homes of Sydney-siders Peter Lin and John Wilson are certainly no exception.  Their apartment - published in Vogue Living back in 2010 - captivated me when I first saw it. The richness of the colour took my breath away.  It was so dramatic and unlike anything I'd seen before. So when I stumbled upon the images of their new home in the recent Inside Out magazine, I was a little surprised to say the least. They've kept a lot of their art and furnishings (which comforts me, for some reason), but its different because of its distinct lack of colour.  That is to say, its not completely white, but it almost looks it when compared to their previous home.  Not sure if I'm as captivated, but I still love the mix of stuff they have, and Iain Halliday has done a great job (again) of artfully arranging it all. 

Photographed by Petrina Tinslay for Vogue Living (Australia) March/April 2010

Photographed by Mark Roper for Inside Out (Australia) May 2012

Saturday, 21 April 2012

Mulholland Drive...

Holy hell is the new Mulholland outdoor collection from Restoration Hardware sexy or what!?

Now that's my kinda centrefold...

Monday, 9 April 2012

San Francisco Fog

Its been a wonderful Easter long weekend here in Hong Kong, warm, but a little on the overcast side. If only I had a place like like this to hide out in until the good weather arrives...

The living room of a San Francisco apartment by designer Ken Fulk, from the Apr/May edition of Interiors magazine. Just stunning.