Ever wondered about the Japanese and how they achieve such simplicity and a sense of calm within their homes? If you wanted to see this first hand I'd recommend this series of interviews.
One aspect of my office that's severely lacking is in the lighting department, I'm pretty fussy, as you can imagine, and I've had a problem finding good quality lights that don't take up too much room. A Serge Mouille piece for example is beautiful, but they're very large and the price is pretty off
It’s great connecting with like-minded individuals, other creatives that have exactly the same aesthetic as what we talk about here on the site and work to a similar style. One such person, who I got talking to this week, was Trevor Triano, a photographer based in Aspen but usually spends a lot of
Just lately I've had the urge to pick up my old Pentax film camera, when the summer months arrive it seems to be the perfect time to use it. The camera really is a brilliant piece of equipment and I've invested quite a lot of money in making sure the light seals were properly fitted and not worn, an
I’m often stumped when it comes to architectural websites, usually the photography’s not quite there in terms of size or quality, which means I can’t showcase it on the blog (my standards are pretty high). Last week I decided to start a Pinterest of our own, follow us here if you’re on Pinte
December is a great time of year for fellow foodies isn't it?! The cold weather draws us all around the table to consume a selection of heartwarming food. It's not often that this topic reaches our blog, aside from the odd kinfolk inclusion here and there, but since Christmas is nearing I thought I'
MUJI happens to be one of those interesting companies who offer a selection of products that sit quite close to our general aesthetic, but maybe miss out on the craft/independent element. They rarely highlight the original makers, possibly because a lot of the ideas are duplicated from the handiwork
It's always great to see lifestyle imagery of ceramics, furniture and other objects as it gives you an idea of how these pieces function in a real world environment. It's something we're looking to add into our shop in the near future but it's quite hard to master, we've tried lots of options, both
American photographer Jake Stangel re-enters into the archive today with a set of photography packed full of rich landscape, soft sunlight and enough trees to start a wildfire. Based in San Francisco, which seems to be one of the worlds hotbeds for photographic talent, Jake has shot work for lots ad
If I'm being completely honest with everyone last time I raided photographer Laura Dart's collection of work I was instantly planning the next time we would return to the talented creative. I have however, in the face of diversity, kept a steady flow of other individuals complimenting the format bu
In the midst of design led content recently we’ve not lost film photography as an influence amongst our ranks, it’s just projects have been few and far between on our radar. So for this reason I’m quite chuffed to present this set from Marcos Rivas who we are revisiting for a second time now,