October 30, 2014

stylem magazine

today is a great day to 'flip' through the latest issue of stylem magazine, not only is a good read but its full of great shopping! including some of our products featured below!


October 28, 2014

monochrome in sweden

a sleek black and white apartment of a talented photographer
we love the hints of amber in the lounge room to warm the hard contrast between black and white
the fabric draped down the living room chairs and across the bed, we are liking very much!

October 23, 2014

souther sweden :: life on the farm

swapping Paris city living for life in the country, the owners of this farm house in southern sweden stripped back and renovated the house, holding on to the original beams and doors
natural materials mixed with antiques give the modern renovation a lovely warm softness

October 22, 2014

lucy fentons home

its no wonder Lucy Fentons home is equally as stunning as her Melbourne store Fenton & Fenton
filled with vibrant colours its the perfect balance of rustic charm and curiousities

October 20, 2014

Beautifully Excavated 16th-Century Antwerp Style House

This restored 16th Century house is home to artist and landscape designer Ronald van der Hilst. Two buildings have been combined into one with lots left to reflect its old past. Both house structures were built in the 1500s and then underwent large renovations in the mid-19th century.
The rooms are a collection of neon vibrants colours with tulips painted on the walls. Holland-­born van der Hilst was not always a tulip lover however he became obsessed, tulips are like living antiques. Hilst has since started a tulip inspired business, selling everything from tulipped bathroom tiles, wallpaper, fabric, vases, and planters.  Upon joining the two houses, after breaking through the walls, they found lots of nice surprises, hidden floors, beautiful chimneys, and stained-glass doors. But the greatest surprise was the discovery that the ground floor of the second building had housed one of the city’s oldest caf├ęs.
*This article appears in the October 6, 2014 issue of New York Magazine.