We have come across these beautiful 19th Century Swiss Dairy Bowls with imperfections and repairs that add to their character. The natural forms and honest materials used make them the perfect objects to add the extra layer to any interior.
We are so excited to announce our second project Luca, has also been shortlisted in the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards this year. Luca combines "British seasonal ingredients through an Italian lens". The restaurant has been shortlisted under the London Restaurant category. We can't wait to find out the results!
We are delighted to announce Fox has been shortlisted for the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards this year. The charcoal grill and cocktail inspired restaurant sits under the retail space category, one of eight, picked out of hundreds. Our fingers are crossed for it to be a winner in October!
We have fallen in love with these beautiful watercolour artwork pieces by Sabrina Garrasi. The blended colour palettes and movement in each individual painting are stunning. The tones are very much present in many of our projects.
This week's favourite is the beautiful Tribeca Penthouse in The Greenwich hotel. An interior we can fully relate to and take inspiration from with its palette of neutral tones, stones, metals and linens showing an emphasis on aged materials. The interior combines Belgian and Japanese styles and techniques, mixing soft and hard materials to create an eclectic space.
This week’s favourite is a strapping 1950s safari chair by Erik Worts. We love the dynamic combination of the dark leather against the deep rosewood framework, and the subtle details that really make this piece stand out are the brass buckles and the curvature in the feet. We couldn’t love this chair more.
This Week's favourite is the wonderful work by artist and photographer, Cy Decosse. First inspired in Florence, he has gone on to produce beautiful imagery using a combination of methods and techniques that capture fruit, vegetables and flowers from markets. We love the deep tones and layers within the photographs.
This week's favourite is the transformation of a French wax factory by Isabel Lopex-Quesada in 2010. The factory was turned in to a commercial and residential compound, dressed with an eclectic selection of vintage items that hold many stories and sit so well together to create a warm and inviting interior.
This week's favourite is the Carl Aubock Brass & Wicker Drinks Carrier. The Viennese artist and designer has used brass and wicker to create this beautiful piece. Aubock is particularly known for his table top creations, this one in particular we would love to see in a space.