rockin’ wall coverings {rockett st george}…

am i alone in thinking rockett st george is becoming a bit of a go-to for wall coverings these days?

this online interior emporium already stocked a healthy range of wall papers & panels, but they’ve recently extended their range with the addition of some cole & son offerings, including the fornasetti II range…

designed by barnaba fornasetti, this collection was inspired by the drawings of his father piero fornasetti, a 20th century milanese painter, sculptor, interior decorator, engraver of books and a product innovator…

cole&son fornasetti ii

being a nature lover, nuvolette {small clouds} is my personal favourite: i find it whimsical & dream-like…

cole&son albemarle

also a recent addition to rsg’s range is this piccadilly wallpaper which i think is styled to perfection here…

fashion

& the mr perswall collection which allows you the option of choosing from one of their images in either a standard size panel or printed to your bespoke dimensions {these two would be perfect as a backdrop to london fashion week, right?}…

cole&son_flamingos

meanwhile i think these playful flamingos would be a fun addition to a bathroom or perhaps a little girl’s bedroom {imagine a flouncy pink tutu hanging nearby}…

love letter

whilst digging through rsg’s archives i also came across this love letter wallpaper, perfect for the season…

brooklyn tin tiles

& one of my personal favourites, which has been doing the rounds in blogland lately, the brooklyn tin tiles

i often find searching for wallpapers a bit daunting so for me this shop is a great resource, especially as they always seem to have their finger on the pulse of what’s hot…

the dream factory {our home}…

i might be busy planning our future home, but i’m always on the lookout for any improvements i can incorporate into our current abode too, especially elements we can take with us when we move…

today i’ve been pulling together a moodboard for our bedroom…

a nomadic abode

the look i’m after hasn’t changed much over the past few years: soft greys, crisp whites, tan leather, raw wood & layer-upon-layer of textures to create a calming, inviting retreat…

thankfully we already have most of the key ingredients including this upholstered juliette bedoak block tables {ours were custom made, but these are similar}, hector table lamps, a chunky woollen blanket {this one would also work nicely} & this beautiful la lune artwork

but there’s a few more elements i’d love to introduce to complete the room: this arcadia wallpaper is perfect for renters as it doesn’t require a paste application {& for a reasonably small outlay it makes a huge statement}; the oversized koushi lamp is simple, timeless & impactful without overpowering the scheme; in my dreams i’ll find a vintage butterfly chair with tobacco-coloured leather in mint condition which i’ll place in a corner so i can admire it from afar; soft & silky sheepskin rugs will warm our feet on winter mornings; this flower cushion will introduce a fresh & modern vibe; stonewashed linen bedding will drape effortlessly over our bed & these snuggly velvet curtains will frame our view outside…

what are the perfect ingredients for your bedroom?

they’re here {neëst’s futagami lamps}…

i kind of don’t want to tell you about this little discovery i made…

because i want to keep them all to myself… but where would be the fun in that? so, here goes…

i’ve been drooling over this brassy deliciousness for a good couple of months now, if not more… just waiting, with bated breath, for them to become available in neëst’s online shop… {i even gave you a sneak peek of them in this post way back in march}

& now they’re here… at last… sweet & delicate cast brass forms, these faceted pendant lights are designed by masanori oji and made in japan…

i’d be forced to take three {in my dizzy dreams} & hang them in a staggered cluster, one atop another…

{ps.: like these? check out more brass beauty here}
image via: neëst

there’s a new chair in town…

so happy to see this bad boy has made it across the pond at last…

i first spied him {i don’t know why, but this one’s a boy} a few weeks/months back on anthropologie’s US website… and now, he’s ours, all ours blighty {insert evil laugh}…

not much i don’t love really… it’s a combination of some of my favourite materials {linen & wood}

throwing some sexy little wingback-esque shapes on that there dance floor {with, may i add, front legs to die for}…

with a breezy & beautiful oceanic scene thrown in for good measure… {gotta love those blue hues}

oh, & it reminds me more than a little of the work of swarm‘s leslie oschmann too, which i absolutely adore, but more on that in another post…

happy friday, may your weekend be full of beautiful discoveries!

images via: anthropologie

storm warning {mr jason grant}…

so, a couple of months ago i came across an image {here via here} that literally made me inhale breath rather sharply {an occupational hazard when surrounded by such beauty}…

and i thought to myself, what a soft, striking, sophisticated & yet inviting space this pretty palette has created…

it’s moody & uplifting all at once… like a welcome clap of thunder after a long & humid summer’s day… pretty special huh? {are you catching your breath too?}

so, you can understand how excited i was to come across news of mr jason grant‘s latest paint range for murobond {which, incidentally, stocks some of my all-time-favourite paint colours… but more on that another time}

it’s called “gray scale gardening” {but i’m quite partial to the name “storm warning”… it just seems apt somehow}

so, anything look familiar?

like a bold splash of marmalade and a lick of ultra lilac…

awash on a tide of ash & moonlight, night owl & jet…

somebody call the coast guard, this palette’s atmospheric pressure is palpable…

images via: abigail ahernthe interiors addict

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...