Archive for September, 2012

Emile Morel


Giant dogs in pink fur costumes? Sure. Walking in a forest that contains tiny pink dinosaurs? No problem. These are the digital creations of Emile Morel, a French artist that gives us worlds where “People are hybrids halfway between wonderful medieval Dante’s Inferno, depicted are the primitive impulses, bestial and idyllic mythology intimate and offer […]

With Fall underway what better way to keep warm than with a good roaring fire? These are some of the latest designs available for your home. The styles range from the truly artistic to extremely futuristic and feature those for use both indoors and out. Which is your favorite?   pb Thanks to  Trend Hunter

This is home to famed Nina Yashar, owner of the legendary Nilufar, one of the most important design galleries in Europe. Located in the university area of Citta Studi in Milan, Yashar has designed the 1940’s space with an eclectic mix you know we love. Yashar is deemed to be Milan’s interior design doyenne by W magazine […]

Belgian graphic designer and illustrator Geraldine George mixes photography with illustrated items such as birds, animals, and flowers resulting in dynamic yet mysterious images. Visit her website above for much more.    pb Spotted on Lustik

Swedish Sweetie


This darling little apartment can be rented in the neighborhood of Orgryte, Sweden and although small, it gives the impression of being larger due to the open floor plan, all white walls, and exposed beams. I would call this home any day. More information can be found on Alvhem.     pb

You may have seen Louisiana native Rebecca Rebouche’s work for Anthropologie or some of you Southerners may have gotten a glimpse of her on the cover of the September issue of  Garden & Gun magazine, if not, here is a sampling of her sweet mysterious style. Visit her website to learn more about purchasing.   […]

Cozy Chic Cabin


I came across this magnificent log cabin featured in Country Living magazine and was impressed with the sophisticated style the owners achieved. Filled with some of the furnishings and accessories we have come to expect is this setting, Mark and Linda Heister’s eye for contrast, employment of restraint, and use of color makes this Michigan […]