A little peek in some Indian interiors. Step into these mini Taj Mahals with the amazing wooden furniture, the bright tiling, the candlesticks, and another way to decorate your ceiling…
No, this isn’t a clutch…. For all you pretty ladies that are not that much into photography: it’s a camera!
Adam Rose and Peter McQuillan live in this amazing Miami apartment designed by Salvatore LaRosa and Ronald Bentley (B Five Studio).
LaRosa designed the onyx-top wenge cocktail table and the four -upholstered in a Ralph Lauren Home cotton- sofas in the living room, ; the photograph is by Nadav Kander, the sculpture is by Joel Shapiro, and the rug is by Beauvais Carpets.
This fine restaurant – Maison Estate – is situated in Franschhoek, South Africa. Furniture designer Chris Weylandt built this family vineyard and created some of the interior by himself. The huge chandelier in the Tasting Room caught our eye. This one is made full of old recycled wine bottles!
Never forget to switch off the lights. Or flush the toilet… These wallstickers are here to remind you about the environment. And hey, it works for us!
Dream away with this amazing house that belongs to interior stylist Jaime Lacasa. We fell in love with the color accents, the art on the wall, the huge bookcase in blue, the vintage chairs… What not to fall in love with?
Ever wanted to spice up your refrigerator but don’t have enough money buying a Union Jack SMEG? We have the solution. Try these gorgeous silver Heinz tomato ketchup and Coleman’s mustard pot with real silver.
If writing is your life, you definitely have to check out these amazing traveler’s notebooks. For all your writings, memories, illustrations… Small enough to fit your hand bag, big enough for all of your doodles. Wherever you are.
Found at the bookstore: this lovely book of Dutch illustrator – and writer – Jill Schirnhofer. The 19 year old launched her second book full of fashion, shopping, food and hotspots around the world. From Paris to New York: Jill knows where we have to take a pitstop!
Step into the wonderful world of the Digitalistas…