Designer Stuart Haygarth created this strikingly magical staircase at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, in collaboration with framing company John Jones. Stuart used 31 types of frames in various colors, sizes, and styles; and in total, the frames’ profiles reached over 650 yards in length and featured hundreds of individual pieces, cut, mitred, joined, sanded, and colored in special finishes.
I’m all for an eclectically colorful home but am a huge fan of bright, crisp and clean kitchens, like this one from . . . you’ll never guess . . . Ikea!
The genius behind these large scale rope necklaces is Eleanor Bolton, a graduate of the Royal College of Art who crafted her own technique for coiling, twisting and stitching rope. Crazy cool.
(Eleanor Bolton necklaces available here)
I love this denim editorial from Cover Magazine. I was sold after watching Anne Hathaway successfully pull off denim and corduroy overalls in Love and Other Drugs and I’m seriously thinking about bringing the denim one piece back into my wardrobe for the first time since the 8th grade. Would you? Have you?
(via Cover Magazine)