Continuing on this sentimental/suppressed theme with a series of grey-black-white photos from the genius tumblr Life on Sundays. We’ve got some cement-basing going on, some thick linen fabrics and a black kitchen that was probably born (well, made in non-interior terms) for minimalistic cooking. Can’t go wrong. Unless you’re baking macaroons, what with all the flour swirling around..
I couldn’t kill my darlings putting this together, but that’s just my regular response to visiting the Ann Street Studio. They just manage to capture every show at New York Fashion Week in the most enchanting way and I’m not sure if I’m watching the stills from a Sofia Coppola-movie or Delpozos Spring/Summer 2014-collection. Nothing wrong with that obviously, except for the slight overheating I experience inspiration-wisely. Oh, the luxe curse of an excellent blog like that.
10 Crosby Derek Lams ss-14 collection. Yes please, move into my closet.
Ander Krisár.. I’m so late on discovering his genius photos and sculptures.
Your typical regal Pinterest pattern. That’s what all our sources will probably sound like in the future – “Pinterest“…
I’m remembering/celebrating Sakura blossoms in such a emotional way every autumn, as if Spring was ten years from now (the curse of living in Sweden!).
A collection of sentimental photos that resemble my current inspirations. Well, what else is new.. I’ve been a lousy blogger because of school/real life/work-starts and the whatnot. Just let me get into my routines properly and I’m on as always! Like.. tomorrow! :)
The rain chatter on these windows must be sort of legendary.
Hailing a cab Louis Vuitton-style (nothing unpractical there).
Give me a bathtub by a window and I’m sold (obviously).
Kind of like dining in a museum?
Probably a place where everyone plans on leaving last.
Ultimate louinging area after a genius food coma.
And looking outside the window, suddenly you’re in Rome?
Ok phew, still in NY. That aged whiskey in the lounge was just playing some tricks then.
And then you head back to your room LV-style.
Continuing the hotel-series from yesterday by chance, a visit to Luxirare’s generated a new found inspiration and yearning for The NoMad Hotel in Manhattan. The interiors are dramatically cozy in that historical/magical way that one seem to crave every year around this time. It’s situated north of Madison Square Garden, in the historic NoMad neighborhood and houses a restaurant that seems to be as beyond as the hotel itself, judging from Luxirare’s documentation anyway. Now if one only had a booking and a Louis Vuitton fall/winter-13 closet to go with it…
Buzzing streets versus tranquil rooms.. I’ll have both.
The sort of soothing, never changing views of New York.
The ultimate rotation spot: bed – computer – bath – bed.
This photo just reminds me so much of my childhood, kind of like: school is starting and the flower shops on the way are changing colors.
Let’s start of this back-to-work week with a I’d-rather-be-here series, otherwise known as The Nolitan Hotel in Soho, New York. Window walls, modest spaces with brilliant interior planning for that sort of carefree NY-life (that nobody lives but this is a blog, come on), chunky bathtubs right next to the bed and serene surroundings consisting of petit bakeries and plant shops. Packing my bag mentally. Found via The Style Crusader.
Sparkling, delicately structured corkscrew beads and tinsel-like gowns in deep midnight hues, when Style Bubble captures Christopher Kanes aw-13 collection, both in photos and words, I think the combination is wild. I just can’t help but blog-collect the photos directly and put them onto my own journal as if they were those stickers we 90s-kids collected carefully into our serious booklets and then traded with each other as if there was no tomorrow. Christopher Kanes collection could also be read as a little geared up for doomsday, with the combat camo-prints and glitter-like-there’s-no-tomorrow gowns. Anyways, who wouldn’t fight a couple of fashion battles in one of his feather pieces?
Window walls, not so great for your privacy but great in every other way.
Remember those strokes you made in like kindergarden and felt were just genius? Well turns out they were.
If you never empty your laundry basket, things will eventually start to grow out of it. And that can turn out pretty good, as shown here by Jennifer Causey.
Also, if you’re to OCD in your workplace, Zebras will move in. This too documented by Jennifer Causey.
Back to work means back to dreaming about out of this world-apartments while being stuck to you table, putting in “laundry”, “training” and “answer emails!!” unto your to do-list and taking care of zebras. Don’t worry guys, we’re in this together!
Some dots, boots and pastels that are free to move into my closet anyday by Celine f/w-13.
Dreamy smoke bombs by Irby Pace.
And this house of “acid modernism” photographed by the amazing Yen Rin Mok is just out of this world.
Getting ready for fall with this photo collection of minimalism meets surrealism meets mother nature kind of series. Imagine living in that house wearing all Celine f/w-13 and welcoming guests with pastel smoke bombs.. Now that would most definitely feel kind of swell.