My feets is tired, but my soul is rested! Except for a brief trip to the supermarket and the Sunday flea market around the corner, I’m staying home today and there’s nothing you can do about it. I had a blast at Elle Festival on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and took a grand total of 333 photo’s of everything and everyone I liked. Phew! Before I start what I’m sure is going to be a marathon Photoshop session, let me share some of my recent favorite internet finds with you on this quiet Sunday while I’m enjoying my favorite afternoon snack. Let’s start with a new interior design by Lorenzo Castillo.
Lorenzo Castillo does it again
What does he do again? I hear you ask. Well, he’s making me green with envy – that’s what! This Spanish interior designer is so damn talented, sometimes it’s not even funny anymore. I mean, just look at these three preview pictures of his latest tour de force (what’s tour de force in Spanish by the way? I’m sure I’m going to find out this August when I’ll be spending two weeks touring the northern half of Spain and a little bit of Portugal). In any case, if you want to see the full monty, check out this article on the AD España website.
Photography by Manolo Yllera
The Eighties home of Heather Hermann
I’m not sure it’s an Eighties interior technically speaking, but it sure is cool to look at! I found these pictures of the home of Heather Hermann on an excellent blog called Mirror80.com that I really must take a look at if you’re into the decade I became an adult and defined my taste in art, design and pop culture. I’ve included three pictures, but there are loads more right here.
Le Pain Français in Gothenburg
I really, really hate those clichéd listicles you see all over the internets nowadays. Ten reasons to do this, Five favorite this and thats – you know what I mean. I try to steer clear of them whenever I can, but then last week my brother sent me this listicle on Bored Panda called Twenty of the World’s Best Restaurant and Bar Interior Designs and I was hooked. I particularly liked a place called Le Pain Français in Gothenburg, Sweden (of all places). Check out these pictures and either you’ll know exactly why I was so smitten or you have zero taste. (just kidding).