Archive for September, 2014

Dirk-Jan Kinet

25Sep14

I am deeply in love with this home of designer Dirk-Jan Kinet, located in Mexico City, where old world charm meets mid-century modern and a riot of color ensues. Recently featured in the Spanish Architectural Digest, the spaces are mostly deliciously dark and moody but are relieved by splashes of pinks, oranges, yellows, and blues. […]


If you live in the UK you might be able to visit this very special vehicle, a classic Citroen houses a very unique experience for martini lovers. The brainchild of London based branding agency Ragged Edge, the Boulangerie Fran├žois camionnette is a very intimate bar for just two guests per visit and is part of […]


Pal + Smith

18Sep14

From the entry to the backyard this home is a perfect example of how to achieve “flow” or an overall cohesive design plan . Design firm Pal + Smith used the color palette of aqua, green, and brown and then accented with pops of yellow. Note how you will see different combinations of the scheme […]


These beautifully surreal works are from Grand Rapids, Michigan based artist Christina Mrozik. She enlists a variety of media but favors ballpoint pens, inks, and watercolors. To see more of her work visit her on Behance.


Imagine celebrating the last glorious days of summer with a picnic brunch by a glistening body of water. Now pump it up quite a few notches. Who wouldn’t love arriving to the spot in this gorgeous cherry red woody style ride with a coordinating pull along camper? Yes! Please! Upon arrival the back door opens […]


Noma Bliss

04Sep14

Auburn, NY Artist Noma Bliss, who also works with her husband Jim Bliss, spent 25 years as an illustrator and designer. “Her aim as an artist is to invoke love, kindness, compassion, and empathy for one another and the world we inhabit. We are all responsible for the future of our planet”. I was drawn […]