Monday, May 16, 2011

Peaceful white

The last edition of Côté Sud is a dream come true. Not only for the immaculate white punctuated with colors but mainly for the ethnic chic flavor that products added to this house. Recycled blown glasses (the green one on image three), bright handwoven pompom blankets (images 6 and 8) and the wooden stool as a bedside table (image 8) are all made by moroccan artisans. The last image shows two rugs called boucherouite in berber, recycled and also moroccan. We've spoken about boucherouite rugs here and here.
Fresh concrete floor, touch of wood here and there... simple living.

images Henri del Uomo
via French by Design

A última edição da Côté Sud é um sonho. Não só pelo branco imaculado pontuado com cores, mas principalmente pelo toque étnico chic que os produtos deram a esta casa. Copos soprados em vidro reciclado (verde sobre a pia na imagem três), cobertores 'pompom' tecidos a mao (imagens 6 e 8) e o banquinho de madeira usado como mesa de cabeceira (imagem 8) são todos feitos por artesãos marroquinos. A última imagem mostra dois tapetes 'boucherouite', reciclados e também vindos das tribos berberes do Marrocos. Falamos sobre esses tapetes aqui e aqui.
Piso de concreto que traz frescor, toque organico da madeira aqui e ali ... jeito simples de viver!

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Just loving this...

When you mix Philip Karlberg's images, Nanna Lagerman styling, Elle Decor Sweden, DIY projects, vintage, clean&bright settings, transparency, this is what you get.
Hardly not to imagine oneself contemplating the rain, the stars or the snow fall through the glass ceiling. On your own or at two, certainly a bliss.
If your floor is too beautiful to be covered by a rug, borrow the idea of drawing one :-)
Can't find an original coffee table? A vintage wooden door, kept the original paint and placed on a pile of books or magazines can do the work.
And how about the sink over a sort of industrial-look console? Love the creativity of the setting.

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