Monday Inspiration 03.12.18


Design by: Falken Reynolds

Grace: I am obsessed with this shot from an amazing project by Falken Reynolds. They’ve stayed fairly monochromatic with the wood tones in here but the space still feels totally layered and engaging. Monochromatic doesn’t have to mean boring! Also, that railing. COME ON.



Source: Artist Karina Eibatova (working in a collaboration together with Stefan Grüner an art director of Lambs & Lions design agency), architect Vana Pernariv, interior designer Annabell Kutucu, and photography Georg Roske.

Marilyne: I’ve been working on commercial projects lately and came across this reception area. Karina Eibatova, artist from Austria, was asked to create a large scale drawing for the tile in this hotel in Grece. I’m loving the tropical vibe lately, I must be excited for summer!


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Design: Sarah Davidson

Eve: Australian designer Sarah Davidson strikes the perfect balance of old and new with this relaxed modern dining room. My favourite elements in this space have to be those caned dining chairs which mix medium tone wood with my current design crush – cane webbing – on the seat and back. We’re seeing a lot of natural materials like cane, wicker and rattan in furniture lately and I just love the warmth and texture it brings to a design.


Design and build: M House Development 

That hood range just stopped me in my tracks! The sliding windows are really interesting as well!


Designer: Hunted Interior

Dom: I love dark and dramatic walls and these built-in shelves are a really cool way to achieve the look in a functional way. I also love the black-trimmed roman shades and the crescent-shaped stools in the back.


Image: Gabriel Hall

Natalie: I really like this space; the exposed brick brings character to the open space loft. I also really like the contrasting colours in the dark beams and the light sofa. When can I move in?

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