Beautiful examples of food photography and styling, from the portfolio of Anna Williams.
Events producer, art director and designer Alexandre de Betak, certainly has a home that´s one of a kind. The house, heavily inspired by 70´s organic architecture, is located in a coastal area of Majorca and is built with materials made by local artisans but with every aspect of the house designed by Alexandre himself. For much more, info, images and video, which I completely drooled over, go here. This is one house I would give A LOT to be able to visit! Love, love, LOVE it!
One of the guestrooms.
This is the home of Dutch interior designer Natasja Molenaar and her family, in Harleem, Holland. Natasja started her career working for Piet Boon before setting up her own business last year.
The combination of white and different shades of gray, mixed with light wood, is always a winning combination for me personally and I think Natasja has done a beautiful job on her apartment.
You can see more of Natasja´s work on her website.
Love the sofa and the dining room table.
Found via Voges Paris
Photography: Paul Grootes
For the longest time, Paolo Roversi has been one of my favorite photographers, ever since I first discovered his photographs on the pages of Vogue magazine, when in my teens. Roversi is best known for his highly romantic and ethereal fashion images. The women he photographs are usuallly strong, sexy, sensual, the styling absolutely excuisite. Here are just a few of my favorite Paolo Roversi images.
"Your photographic style comes from your creative expression, from your esthetic, from the beauty that you can bring to the image, the emotion that you can give to the people who are looking at your work." Paolo Roversi
Originally built in Oslo, Norway in 1914, this beautiful summerhouse in Nordsjælland, Denmark, caught the current owner´s eye when he was just 5 years old. He promised himself that if he ever came into money, he would buy the house and have it renovated to its former glory. More images via Bolig.
Photography: Jesper Ray
On a farmland up north in Iceland, in Skagafjordur, a picturesque countryside best known for its extensive horse breeding, Lilja Palmadottir and husband Baltasar Kormakur, have built their dream house, where elements found in the Icelandic landscape are the main source of inspiration for the architecture and interiors. For more images and info on this house which in 2009 was shortlisted for the prestigious Mies van der Rohe Awards, visit here.