interior inspiration

run like the wind


windfound on yellow trace by Studio KO

wind2chloe via style.com

wind3via toocooltobetrue

wind4Alexander Waterworth Interiors, photography: Emily Andrews, via Remodelista

wind5via Anthropologie

wind6Hotel Sam Georgio

wind7found on dezeen, photos by Roberto Ruiz, Colombo and Serboli Architecture

wind8Photography: Marion Brenner, design: Erin Martin

wind9

wind10via the style files

wind11Tanis store in Ibiza

wind12nike

especially for you


you

you2via Remodelista

you3Architecture/design by  Adi Gershoni Studio, photo by Bjorg Magnea, via Design Milk

you4via coco and kelley

you5Raw Architecture Workshop, via archdaily

you6via thebooandtheboy

you7via revistaad

you8via home edit, Alexander Von Waberer architect, interior design: Isabel Jover

you9

by Jam Architecture, via knstrct

architectural masterpiece


arc8

Architects: Markus Wespi Jérôme de Meuron architects , Photographs: Hannes Henz

arcFound on bt-images.net

arc2Architect: Guilherme Torres, via archdaily

arc3photo: Ros Kavanagh and Barbara Corsico, architects: ODOS architects

arc4architects: Alejandro Sanchez Garcia Arquitectos, Photographs: Jaime Navarro Soto

arc5Architects: Schmidt Arquitectos Asociados, Photographs: Martín Schmidt R.

arc6Architects: Carles Enrich, Photographs: Enric Fabre

arc7Architects: Dierendonck Blancke Architecten, Photographer: Filip Dujardin

arc9

HESPERIA BILBAO HOTEL, via behance

Too good to be true


School holidays have begun so things will be a bit quieter on the blog for the next couple of weeks.  Feel free to check my instagram (scrapbookofstyle) for daily feeds.

weekendby Ardesia Design

weekend2Photos via Christopher Sturman,

20140629-215057.jpgBy Nina Holst of stylizimo blog

20140629-215249.jpgStylist Susanna Vento via style files

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Elwood House.  Architects: Robson Rak, Interior design: Made by Cohen

20140629-215354.jpgphoto by Brittany Ambridge for Domino

20140629-215455.jpgvia Schoolhouse Electric

 

texture tutorial


You know when you see something in a home or store and you just want to touch it? Probably because it screams texture.  A really effective way to create interest in a room is by using different textures.  Try a shaggy rug with a smooth, copper light.  A raw wooden table with beautiful leather chairs.  Instantly these different texture will make a room seem warm and inviting.  See if you can pick out the different textures used in these rooms. Don’t forget to scroll down to see my mood board of textured products too.

texture8photo by herz-allerliebst

texturePhotography: Sharyn Cairns – Styling: John Mangila

texture2via Lotte Manou

texture2via housenumber15

texture3Via KITKA design toronto

texture4source:  Jamais 203

texture5via abigail ahern

texture6via style files

Here are some products I found that make me want to run my hand over them: (I’m not suggesting you put them all together in one room!)

 

 

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