[all images courtesy of the socialite family] a beautiful, charismatic home of five from paris. since the owner of the house are also the owners behind the store mason caumont, many of their shop items can be spotted in their home. the mix of vintage items with original house details look so natural without compromising their lifestyle.
[all images courtesy of likainen partketti] this is a such sad news as one of my favorite blog likainen parketti has decided to close..!!! i’ve been enjoying her always creative DIY projects and flea market finds in the past three year… ( i posted about her salt and pepper mill ) no doubt her gray and black-inspired home styling will be very much missed. couple of her home snap shots from her past post:
[all images courtesy of alvhemmakleri.se ] the folk motifs may be mostly associated to the hunting country cabin style… no no no. here i want to show you a cozy apartment that are mixed of folk style textile, vintage luggage, barn wood stool… AND it still looks crisp and modern! not too surprising, close to the fire place is automatically entered to be my favorite corner in the house.
two weekends ago (the 60 degree beautiful saturday if you remember) j and i finally had a chance to stop by our friends sary (interior designer) and eric (architect)’s new venture HOME, a place brings you the unique finds of furniture, lighting and home accessories. the store is a newbie to the east passyunk neighborhood (just opened its door in late november 2012) but already been topped as “best 30” in racked philly. if you […]
[all images courtesy jamesplumb] antique, vintage, cast-offs, luggage… who brought these key words all together? jamesplumb. founded by james russell and hannah plumb (recent INSIDE festival 2011 “retail” category winner ), two artists under one name, jamesplumb always leave us a hint of history but with new stories to tell in their projects. i don’t know if it’s appropriate to say “they gave old objects new life” because that seems over simplified their design sensibility… well, as it said […]
[all photography by mikkel adsbøl|courtesy kml design ] i mentioned Katrine Martensen-Larsen’s beautiful work while back.(click here to see my previous post) she always brings a perfect touch of rusty, vintage to the new home. today i would like to share another example of how to give your home a vintage modern look.