Doesn’t this green wooden house look magical? It belong to Anna and Micke who live here with their children in a Swedish town called Täby. I love that cast iron Swedish wood burner, it really belongs in a house like this.
This stunning loft in Williamsburg (New York) is designed by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture. The 3,500 ft² (which is approx. 325 m²) live / work space is shared by a married couple: he is a chef and food writer and she is a sculptor. The couple found the large, industrial, ground floor space after years of searching for an industrial space to transform that would function as workspaces for both of their disciplines and as a comfortable home. Approximately one half of the space is used as a sculpture studio, the other half is living space including a spacious chef’s kitchen for TV productions and events. Monumental, ten-foot by fifteen-foot sliding partitions function to open or close the work spaces from the living spaces creating a flexible balance between live and work.
It is winter here in The Netherlands here and I love it. Temperatures are below zero and I hope it will stay cold so we will be able to skate on the frozen lakes. But that does not mean that I can’t enjoy looking at some beautiful outdoor areas on a sunny island. These cozy roofed terrance belong to interior designer Caroline Legrand’s home on Ibiza.
It is winter in this part of the world (hopefully we will be getting some snow at the end of the week) but when looking at Tine K’s new Spring/Summer catalog I was immediately in a summer state of mind. The catalog was shot on the Spanish island of Ibiza which is the perfect setting for the bohemian chic style of the collection.