I first saw Villa Necchi in the Luca Guadagnino film I Am Love – a dramatic exploration of love and politics in the Italian bourgeoisie. For me, it was love… Read More.
On average we spend 45 hours a week at work and 1.5 hours a day on average is spent rifling through messy desks. It is said that your average pen… Read More.
Don’t want to keep you in the dark about what’s going on in London town on the lighting front. Some pretty exciting and innovative designs spotted on my travels, somewhere… Read More.
My latest addition to the Coco Republic Interior Design Portfolio is decorated in soft blues and dove greys it oozes elegance and feminine charm suiting both client and property. The… Read More.
Since moving to Australia I have greatly missed the delights of fabulously eccentric British antiques and the extraordinary displays on show at all the antiques fairs and markets. As controversial… Read More.
One of the biggest furniture investments people make is in upholstery and it’s probably one of the least understood too. Usually people can justify skimping on good upholstery with: ”I’m… Read More.
While recently in Paris for the Maison et Objet home products fair I had a chance to visit Deyrolle, a 170 year old shop in the St.Germain district of Paris.… Read More.
With origins in Ancient Greece, the Klismos chair has been a design classic for many furniture houses but has had a resurgence in the past few years. The Klismos shape… Read More.
While visiting some of the best vintage dealers in LA and New York I began to get a real understanding of why the world cherishes vintage pieces of mid century… Read More.
LA is a generally a misunderstood city for people who don’t want to see what it really has to offer. It is full of unexpected delights including the huge array… Read More.
Going to JF Chen’s Warehouse, in L.A, is an ‘experience’. It’s probably one of the best collections of antiques and modern pieces around, definitely the most inspiring I’ve seen. When… Read More.