These lured me in. Especially that green! Read More
Tag Archives: France
I kept coming across this door pull/door knocker in Paris. Some with decorative filigree-type plates. Others just plain. Some were painted. Others were rubbed from wear and tear. All of them beautiful.
Chair design is one of those iconic forms that point directly to functional design and the history of design. It also tells so much about the history of manufacturing, the history and evolution of materials and even the way we live and entertain.Read More
I’m a huge proponent of doing the work up-front and reaping the benefits later down the line… In this case, I’m talking about the real art of a truly great designer and their space planning abilities. Especially when you’re dealing with space challenges! Creativity comes along with solving those challenges! And this tiny home, in Bordeaux, is definitely not the norm. And I love that from the outside, it still looks like …Read More
What would it be like to live in a veritable French chateau? Seriously… wouldn’t you want to for just a few days?
Here’s what I would do…Read More
Well if you want one, you’ll need to order one. On demand. Hand made. From France.Read More
What could be more inspiring than Versailles? And since this is the season for snow and flurries and drifts and flakes that too quickly become slush and drudge and black ice… I thought that maybe I’d keep the fluffy white stuff as beautiful and magical as when it first lays down. Captured beautifully here in these photos, Versailles’ gardens are snow tipped and white capped. Absolute magic.
I came across these photos and was instantly transported to the ‘City of Light’, Paris. But I never really equate that tagline with Paris. Instead, I remember it being a million shades of brown, cream and slate grey. Robyn Thompson‘s photos are the closest representation of that memory for me. Check out her website… And, if you would like to experience Marrakech, make sure you click on her ‘Travel’ tab. …Read More