Monthly Archives: March 2011

Est a fab new online Mag

I’m sure news of this new online magazine has been doing the blog circuit but I just thought I’d mention it too. Est is the brain child of Australian based interior stylist and writer Sian MacPherson  and Lynda Evans. It gives readers a taste of Global design with a distinctly sunny Australian twist…

View the first issue here: EST Magazine


Balloon Vase for Tiny Flower gifts Tutorial

Camilla over at Family Chic has come upwith  the most excellent solution to displaying those teeny tiny flower gifts your kids bring you from the garden. I just think this is the cleverest, sweetest, cutest thing….

Using just a votive holder and a Balloon

She made this really stylish vase, when I saw it first I thought it was ceramic

For the full tutorial head over to Family Chic

Source: Family Chic

Library in the Woods

This private Library designed by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects is in the woods near Olivebridge, New York. Its designed with book storage on the lower level and light filled study up above. I’m not sure I’d get much work done if I was surrounded by such fantastic views.

Source: Apartment Therapy

Superb Stylish Apartment

I found this stylish white home via Design Attractor ( a very lovely blog, which I totally recommend you go visit) apparently it belongs to Stylist Lotta Agaton and is currently for sale…..not long before somebody snaps up this stylish pad I’m sure!

Source: Oscars

DIY Pantone Magnets

I spotted this great tutorial via How About Orange the other day, a great way to add your favourite colours to your office noticeboard…or your fridge. I think also a really good way to test our colours you like before making the big decision what colour to repaint your walls!

Full How to Instructions found at How About Orange DIY Pantone Magnets

Source: How About Orange

Black and White Swedish Home

The idea of a home thats all black and white sounds quite cold and stark but the owners of this home have managed to create a bright and welcoming space. I loe how they have added subtle hints of colour by way of plants and flowers in every room.

Source: Freshome

Stylish Gothenburg Apartment

I can’t get enough of these beautiful Scandinavian Apartments at the moment, I spotte this one while browsing the  Desire to Inspire blog. It is located in Gothenburg and has amongst many other lovely features a beautiful traditional tiled stove or ‘kakelugn’ :

Source: Desire to Inspire