With only 1 or 2 weeks to go, I guess this will be my last post for a while, depending on how good I feel after giving birth (I am hoping for a natural birth after 2 prior C-sections!), and how crazy life is with a tiny baby and two wild boys running around. (I have no doubt it will be!)
I absolutely love Pinterest. Not only for all the fantastic images that get pinned every day by some truly great talents that are an inspiration to me, but also for the many words I get to see. Many times, I will see a quote that will inspire me, make me think or just simply make me smile. They're little reminders of why you work as hard as you do. Little reminders to enjoy life to its fullest, and little reminders that you are human, just as everybody else.
Ok, I've got to admit it, this post is going to be a short one and really just purely for self-indulgence.
This week I received an email from the always-right-with-the-latest-trends magazine, Wallpaper, and the opening photo left me mumbling "wow!" What was it, you ask? Only one of the two winners of the 'Best Urban Hotels 2013' Wallpaper Award, and wow, did it deserve that award!
Today I am doing a bit of a 'copy and paste' from one of my favorite websites, Domaine Home, just because I loved this piece and thought it related so well to Barbara talking about her (hopefully) soon to come new office, and the style I envision her office to have.
Hello ladies and gentlemen! We are nearing the end of the year and with the festive season around the corner, it is always a very busy season for many- including us, architects and interior designers, as everybody wants their house finished as fast as possible.
Hello ladies & gentlemen, as you know, I am a big fan of small hotels. As I have said before, the more intimate and the more charm they have, the better! And even better if they have passed the selection and are a member of the Design Hotels. So, when I saw pictures of Hotel San Giorgio on the island of Mykonos in Greece, I was sold. This gorgeous little hotel sits perched above the dramatic rocky shore of the Aegean Sea.
Hello ladies & gentlemen, I say it's time for some practical advice today! I'm sure some of you have thought: "I have so many pictures, posters and art pieces but I am not sure how to make them work together on a wall". We can relate.
Hello ladies & gentlemen, the inspiration for this post came to me in a funny place: the gym. While pushing my way through the elliptical machine, I was watching a show called Las Vegas (or something of the sort) with Molly Sims, and I remembered once getting a special edition of In Style Magazine dedicated to interiors with Molly's featured in it and really liking it.
It is funny that as I am coming along steadily with my 3rd pregnancy and getting bigger and bigger (and more tired), there are more and more work requests coming up. I must admit, it is hard for me to say no to an incredible project knowing that I most likely will not be able to work for at least a couple of months, from being just too physically tired from all the inevitable sleepness nights. So, what am I to do? For today, I am thinking; make a kick-ass proposal.