I Heart You

Getting ready for Vday? I’m in love with this Damien Hirst painting.


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More of that Townhouse

This townhouse renovated by Annabell Selldorf is gorgeous. Loving these spaces.


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A Basquiat canvas and mecox sectional. This light fixture is so crazy cool. Looks like it could be a Verner Panton.


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Finn Juhl chair. Lovely colour palate.


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Chinese Jesus

I’m pretty obsessed. I think you will be too after seeing their awesome work below. Some of you also know my obsession with Heist boutique in Venice…Chinese Jesus did their store interior too…yeah, pretty much totally obsessed.












For the Walls

The sexy chic work of Sam Haskins. On sale now at V&M. Certainly on the wish list.






For Friday

Yes, yes, just perfect for today. On a personal note, I am 4 weeks away from my baby girl’s due date…so very excited!


A pair of ’60s Brazilian chairs and a photograph of Bob Dylan by Jerry Schatzberg.


Dining table and chairs are by BDDW. Custom rugs by Studio Four NYC.


1970s leather Pace sofas have lacquered bases.


Suede upholstered wall. Lamps are by Flair, bedding is by Calvin Klein Home, the stool is by Poul Kjaerholm, one of my favs and the chair and ottoman are vintage Vladimir Kagan.



Tub and fittings are by Boffi. Walls veneered in maple.



The totally gorgeous home of Megan Mullally.


B&B outdoor daybeds. They are so gorgeous I cannot get over them!


So light and airy. Love the rugs by Mansour modern. Latin chairs by Christian Liaigre. A stunning antique Indian recamier from Susanne Hollis.


Photograph is by Michael Eastman. This indian bench completes this room.


This is way too adorable…dog bed by  In the Company of Dogs.


CaesarStone countertops, and whitewashed-oak cabinetry in the kitchen. This DVF rug for the Rug Company is way too fab…adds a great pattern and feel to the kitchen.




The ideal mix of elements. Photographs by Sze Tsung Leong…I could not have imagined a piece of artwork that is more perfect than these.





Monte Carlo

I am traveling this week to photograph a project and I am so excited to share it with you! While I am away, enjoy this fabulous Monte Carlo house by Timothy Whealon.


Game table and chairs custom made in the style of Jean-Michel Frank.


I am in love with these vintage Milo Baughman chairs from Homenature. Perfectly paired with the Saarinen table. On the wall is a photograph by Marie-Laure de Decker. Moroccan-inspired wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries.


Cabinets by Strato. Love this soft mix of the creamy limestone with the grey cabinetry.


Limestone stairs.



For today

Let’s make today interesting…a space for TV producer Darren Star, renovated by Mark Rios of Rios Clementi Hale Studios and decorated by Waldo Fernandez of Waldo’s Designs.


Love this kitchen! Gorgeous finishes and windows. Bulthaup kitchen and Dornbracht fittings.

Very interesting combination. Paul Evans dining table and 4 chairs, Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann rosewood armchairs and Venini chandelier.



Ed Ruscha painting and a circa-1940s Moroccan carpet from Mansour. Also loving the chair in the corner!






Let us visit

Just beautiful. This dining table is to die for! The top is one piece of slate. Stone, plaster and anigre wood, simple and effective. The small black stools are designed by Charlotte Perriand. Drapery fabric is Rogers & Goffigon.


Anigre wood floating staircase.



Restful color palate. Finn Juhl Pelican chairs, a Poul Kjaerholm daybed and Alvar Aalto table and wing chair. Look at that baseboard detail! The rugs feel like lily pads among the sea of light grey stone.


Andy Warhol’s Shadows series rests on a Jean Prouvé console.


The illustrious egg chair by Arne Jacobsen.


Blackened steel surrounds the fireplace.


Pendant lamps by Poul Henningsen hang over the kitchen table. Viking range and hood.


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I have fallen in love with Kendra Elstad’s work. She is a local artist in LA and has the most whimsical watercolor paintings that would fit in any modern interior and traditional interior. Her pieces have a sense of movement yet feel peaceful.


Untitled (Blue #1)


Untitled (Blue #3)


Untitled, 2007


Untitled (Blue #2)


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Study, 2007


Have you fallen in love with her work yet? Here is a little snippet from her latest art show:

“Kendra is a process painter who investigates issues of temporality, fragility and mutability through her abstract, anthropomorphic imagery. The artist and the medium dynamically dialogue in the process of painting colors suspended in water. Her soft, refreshing washes of color interact with the negative space of the paper, revealing a mutable presence in the work. After the pigment settles, what is left from the activity is the trace of what took place, the distinctive marks made during that process. These residual marks, evidence of a gesture in time…”


It sounds like a poem!  You can check out her website here and her blog here.

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