My friends and regular blog followers may have noticed that my last blog post was many moons ago – so I would like to apologise.
The reality is that I have been overwhelmingly busy over the past few months and my dear blog was the first to notice the changes. As some of you might know I am planning my wedding (which is now less than 3 months away.. ahhhhhhh exciting, I know), working hard designing interiors at my day job and my business Penny Street Interiors. I have also been working with my mum who has a catering business here in Adelaide South, South Australia – Carla’s Kitchen Catering (we have a Facebook page that you can view here).
So for my first blog post back I wanted to show you a few cool posters that my wonderful fiance had pointed out to me. Actually it was more like “you haven’t posted in AGES – you should blog on this…”
Jesús Prudencio from Seville, Spain sells these awesome posters from his Etsy store Cars And Films. He creates and sells a series of movie posters that include iconic cars. Have a look below at some of my fav’s below:
Kip & Co. was brought to my attention from reading one of my favourite online magazines – Adore Home Magazine (you can view the post here)
Kip & Co. have some playful bedding collections to suit both the young and young at heart. Be sure to head over to the website to view the collections, but in the mean time I have included a few of the pieces I’m eye-baling below:
Ryan Korban takes masculine/feminine approach in interior design to a new level, so there is no surprise that he has been a featured on the popular ‘The Coveteur‘ with some images of his über cool digs and closet.
Interior Designer Ryan Korban’s style is wonderfully polish while still creating livable spaces. Mixing white, black, nickel, fur and silk his designs are the perfect balance of masculine and feminine. And would you believe he is untrained.. I know jealous right. SOme people just have the nack for it.
You can view his Coveteur feature here or view his professional portfolio on his website here.
There is nothing more comforting than my morning tea so there is no surprise I am also loving these ‘Tea for One’ tables.
I’ll have one in every colour please.
“Inspired by the colors and shapes in a bouquet of flowers, DesignK’s Tea for One Table is a cheery design choice for a range of interiors. Use its crayon-bright colours to play up a modern white room, or update a traditional home by scattering a few amongst those leather club chairs.”
Please visit DesignK for more information or to purchase the tables here.
O.K so this post isn’t interiors related but I had to share:
I know my gorgeous fiance is my number 1 fan and follower on the Penny Street Interiors blog (you’ll have possibly read here that I am getting married in October), so I wanted to send him a little message:
I’m sure there are a few of my followers that can probably relate to this, but my next post will be interiors related… promise xxx
The creative duo behind Studio Snowpuppe (comprising of architect Nellianna and industrial designer Kenneth) create origami styled lamp shades in wonderful pastel colours. Below are some of the shades that have caught my twinkling eye:
Please visit Studio Snowpuppe for more information or to purchase their products here.