I just discovered Laura Day Design yesterday (thanks to reader Jane) and really love her style. What a great eye this lady has, and definitely a wonderful resource to look up if you live in the NY area and want to transform your space into a gorgeous place to reside. Here are a few images from her NY apartment. Don’t we all dream of a balcony like this?
Today on Inspiration Saturday, let’s enjoy a few jaw dropping images from the portfolio of Designer David Hicks. I love his use of color over the years, it really pushes us to experiment a little, doesn’t it? If you’d enjoy looking at more, visit his website – that will keep you busy for awhile. (I just love his fabric.) Have a lovely weekend, I’ll see you on Monday!
I really enjoyed Domino magazine this month, particularly for their feature on their design project where they teamed up with eight top interior designers to redesign and furnish apartments for those living with HIV/AIDS at Woodycrest House, a 40-unit apartment building in South Bronx.
As I examined each room, I noticed lots of Zia-Priven lighting, the crowning touch to any space. The frosting on the cake. See for yourself in the images below.
Zia-Priven sent over some designs that they’ll be showing at the upcoming NYIGF (below). Stunning!
Psst: Here is complete Slideshow of the The Domino Design Project. Fun!
(images from zia-priven unless indicated otherwise)
Maryam mentioned him on her blog recently, the great Alberto Pinto, a designer I have watched and admired for a long time. With a firm based in France and a staff of 55, they are truly international stars in their field, designing everything from the homes of the royals to the interiors of yachts and private jets. I dare you to try to control yourself. View the Alberto Pinto portfolio here.