Several years ago designer Liza Bruce and her husband discovered an abandoned Moroccan riad in the Ourika Valley, just 20 miles south of Marrakech, and turned into their dream getaway. And what a dream it is . . .
This office is perfection: the black walls, porter’s chair, antique rug and ohhhh, that desk! I’ve managed to justify my need for a lucite desk with the promise of increased productivity and just overall happiness.
(via Delight By Design)
For Jaime and Larry Oliver, it’s all in the details. Vintage details. Their Esty store, Two Art Directors and A Photographer, is filled with the most beautiful and well edited collection of vintage wares. And if your not sure that you need a set of vintage Neiman Marcus colbalt and silver salt and pepper shakers or a pair of vintage shears, perhaps some images of Jaime and Oliver’s home in Texas will convince you otherwise. More after the jump!
A peek inside Lauren Santo Domingo‘s NYC loft: a mexican serape, an oversized rustic coffee table, a few succulents, several mismatching stools, a hippo bar and a guest room doubling as her closet?! Fabulous!
How radical are these chairs by Philippe Starck for Kartell? They are the perfect play on his signature ghost chair – whimsical, modern and elegant. I’d love to own a whole set someday but at $860 a pop, I’d settle for just one.
How necessary are these industrial laundry carts? Anything that makes doing house chores bearable is always a plus in my book. And yes, something as superficial as a handsome laundry cart will make doing laundry more enjoyable for me. Manufactured by the same company that’s been supplying hotels, restaurants and the U.S. government since 1918, these Dandux industrial-quality carts are available at Restoration Hardware.