One of the things I enjoy the most is when I stumble upon an architect whose work I’ve been admiring but didn’t know it was theirs. This is exactly what happened with Studio William Hefner, I have been drooling over this dining room photo probably since I started using pinterest but couldn’t find the designer.
As I mentioned last week I was working on a spotlight to showcase the great talent that is found in Greg Natale Design. Greg Natale Design has been operating in Australia since 2001, and they offer residential, retail and commercial design.
Today’s post focuses on the Astor Apartment which is the project that I gave you a sneak peak to last week with the green kitchen post, if you missed it I recommend you go over to it by clicking the link.
All images are via Greg Natale’s website, you can see more images of this project by going here and remember to check out friday’s post of the green kitchen that is part of this project by going here.
Let me know what you think!
Kelly Hoppen’s style is timeless and that’s why I love her work, it’s classic timeless with modern elements that just speaks to me. She started her career at the age of 17, very young I know, but boy she sure has mastered the art of design; her color choices the use of specific modern elements, the selection of materials it’s all simply perfect.
You can see more examples of her work by clicking here.
A designer must be able to do different home styles, that is one of the fundamentals. And if you are a GREAT designer you are able to execute different styles to perfection, that’s why today’s post features two completely different styles from the brilliant David Jimenez.
David Jimenez is currently the vice president of visual merchandising and store design for Hallmark Cards, and during his career he has played a role in developing the visual aesthetic of pottery barn and restoration hardware.
What I really love of his designs is that there isn’t a single detail that isn’t thought off or that is left behind, the rooms are perfectly finished and every single element in them adds to the feeling of the space.
Hope you enjoy them!
Sorry I wasn’t able to post yesterday, I had a really hectic day, I’m planning to make it up to you today with some beautiful rooms.
As you have seen from my previous posts great part of my inspiration comes from pictures I find through Pinterest, well yesterday while browsing through pictures one click lead to the next and I was on Houzz browsing through Michael Abrams profile, he has some really beautiful work that I share with you today.
You can learn more about Michael Abrams in his website.
So we are officially going public!!!
Hi WELCOME to my blog! Here you will find interior design inspiration images from around the web, and also insight into my ongoing projects and Edesign services.
For my first set of inspiration images what would be more appropriate than entryways right? So here I leave you with some of my favorites!
This entry felt like love at first sight, I just fell in love with the doors as soon as I laid eyes on them and just imagine entering this house and finding the view from that gorgeous window right in front of you.
Please take a moment to look at the detail of the following front door.
The colors used, the mouldings, the furniture, the lighting, the shiny floor it all just comes together perfectly in this next photo.