The Blue Room

“Good things are associated with blue, like clear days, more than singing the blues. Just the word ‘blue’ in the singular is full of optimism and positive connotation to most people.”   – David Carson blue tile Luis Ridao ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST Studio Peregalli     Gerhard Richter     via:denisemcgaha     elle décor   […]


I just love the sight of  a pretty cake.   via:lacarolita     via:lacarolita   via:lacarolita   via:lacarolita   via:lacarolita   via:lacarolita   via:lacarolit   via:lacarolita   via:lacarolita   via:/lacarolita   via:/mademoiselle-rose via:mademoiselle     *

Jenny Packham Beautiful

JENNY PACKHAM  Fall/Winter 2014 Collection PHOTOGRAPHY: ANN STREET STUDIO         Jenny Packham‘s Fall 2014 collection was inspired by Bianca Jagger, the dark-haired beauty and 1970s fashion muse. The show was full of sleek silhouettes, full-length skirts, and intricate beading all with a laid back attitude and hands-in-your-gown-pockets-ease.           […]


  “I have built, deep in my heart, a chapel filled with you.”   – Marcel Proust, in a letter to Anatole France, from Selected Letters: 1880-1903       rose     Dior – photo by Henry Clarke, 1956       Michelangelo Buonarroti Sonnet with a Caricature 1510     Алёнка Ковалёва   […]


Bluish-green beautiful…. teal.  Here are some lovely teal images to inspire.   Lady Grey by Tim Walker, Vogue Italia Mar 2010     Walter Crane, Peacock garden corridor, 1898-1900. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest. Shown is the entrance to the former private apartment of the first museum director, who was a big admirer of british design, […]

Social Princess

VANITY FAIR SEPTEMBER 2015 “SOCIAL PRINCESS” MODEL: GIGI HADID PHOTOGRAPHY:  SEBASTIAN FAENA                model: gigi hadid (img) photographer: sebastian faena (totalworld) stylist: jessica diehl (streeters) hair: harry josh (jedroot) make-up: fara homidi (frankreps) manicure: honey (exposure)   *

Rustic Wonderful

vintage sewing tools     via:digitaltmuseum     via:fableandflame       Spectacles. C. 1810 The wearing of spectacles became more commonplace in the course of the eighteenth century. Greater numbers were learning to read and Londoners had access to cheap printed material, such as broadsheets and the first daily newspapers. Many people experienced deteriorating […]