Archive for feel this room
it’s been a couple of weeks ago now, but in the spirit of self-promotion we’re linking to a fun little project we did with todd selby on the occasion of his latest book launch (HERE). it’s no secret that the spaces selby photographs are fun and lived-in and pretty (and aspirational); what’s really cool is examining the personal stamps so evident on each and every one.
our hand-drawn interview with the dude himself:
danish couple in sweden cause brooklyn resident to crave spring cleaning and whitewashed floors.
*via emmas designblogg
favorite color, hands down.
we generally stick to a very strict set of picture-hanging standards: the accepted gallery-style midpoint of 60 inches from the floor or 57 inches from the baseboard. however! like any good rule there are always exceptions, and the home of frederic méchiche in the marais district of paris is one. photographed by interiors magazine.
circa gallery by studioMAS in johannesburg, south africa: a small building with major attitude.
no commentary, pure love.
there’s just something about sundays and bathtime.