For The Love Of Chinoiserie

Any art and antiques collector knows that there’s nothing better than the thrill of hunting for the next addition to a collection. As a lover, and collector, of Chinese porcelain and chinoiserie, you can imagine my…

Kitchen Blues

Ugh, is it too soon to change the color of my kitchen cabinets from grey to blue? I’m crushing hard on these kitchens painted in a multitude of dark blue hues. From a soft grey…

Popp & Scott

How good are these painted planters from Australian design duo Poppy Lane and Scott Gibson? Chic pots are not easy to find – especially sizable ones, big enough for large plants. So you can imagine my…

Neutral, Nomadic Territory

In early 2014, Danish designer Malene Birger left her eponymous label to pursue her passion for interiors with a design studio based in London. Birger1964 is a reflection of the self-proclaimed nomad, whose own flat is made up…

Sweet, Rattan Dreams

I’m 110% on board with the recent resurgence of rattan beds. Just like natural wicker lighting, rattan beds can infuse the right amount of airiness and tropical charm to a bedroom. Treasure seekers like Elsie Green have been hunting down mid…

A Workers Cottage In Queensland

Workers cottages, which were popular in Queensland, Australia during the turn of the 20th century, are known for their obvious charm and solid foundations. When photographer Kara Rosenlund settled on one that was built in 1890, she…

In My Chambray Dreams

It was this set of blueish grey linen pillows that ignited my chambray bedding obsession. I’m smitten with the layering of blue hues on the bed, especially with a pop of warm pastel pink to offset the…

Bean Bags

I can’t remember the last time I slipped into a bean bag...