Thursday, July 1, 2010
Sunday, June 13, 2010
These Scandinavian inspired, eco-friendly, silk screened prints were handmade by Ulla Clark in Pemberton, B.C. She has a small but beautiful selection of pillows, table linen and aprons. Check them out... LU prints
Like many of you out there I would love to one day design and build a new home. I thought I would post a collage of photos of different homes that inspire me and create a small vision of what my future dream house might look like.
This home would be built on an irregular shaped lot surrounded by the trees and rock that are typical of the Pacific Northwest landscape. I would also love for these elements to be incorporated into the structure. The majority of beams, millwork and structural components would be Douglas Fir or Red Cedar, with some local granite and stone elements. I would also add concrete, floor to ceiling windows and my personal taste for some industrial aesthetic throughout.
Essentially, I envision a sort of a turn of the century mill, barn or warehouse meeting a contemporary concrete home, and adapting itself to a beautiful West Coast lot. We can all dream, can't we? :)
Posted by Maison Lunatique at 2:12 a.m.
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
I found this link on a few blogs and thought I would repeat it here. This is a fantastic source for high end modern upholstery fabric. They have an amazing selection! Sadly, they do not ship to Canada...
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
I am starting to get more and more inspired by quirky fashion photography. I love the dark navy satin and green wool texture in this shot. I also love the splash of charcoal fur.
It reminds me for some reason of Paola Lenti furniture, and their dynamic use of colour and texture. The grey, white and black colour scheme is getting so overdone...