Interior design ideas: illustrator Oliver Jeffers' New York home - in pictures
Jeffers' studio, in Cobble Hill. It enables him and Suzanne to cut off from work at home where they gather in the kitchen with friends, or head down to the boardwalk that looks out on the spectacular Manhattan skyline.
Katy Ann Gilmore Visual artist living and working in Los Angeles. Working in sculpture, installation, and drawing/painting, Her work is currently influenced heavily by topography and the relationship between 2D, perpendicular planes and their distortions into 3D space. Images and text via Katy Ann Gilmore
Q: Describe a personal daily ritual. A: My most treasured time is “coffee time.” My husband always brings me a cup first thing in the morning (even when we’ve argued the night before!), usually in one of my handmade mugs. We sip, slowly wake up, and talk about the business of running the household. It sounds so mundane but it’s actually such a sweet, quiet, and lovely time. Mirena Kim, APIECE APART WOMAN
http://www.phomz.com/category/Rugs/ I'm never not in the market for a new, old rug. So you can see how after stumbling upon interior designer Veronica Hamlet's collection of vintage Moroccan rugs, pillows and baskets, I know I'm in trouble. The vibrant colors and distinctive patterns . . . be still my heart and be kind to my