Helen Nampijinpa Robertson - Ngapa Jukurrpa (Water Dreaming) 2013 | Yuendumu #yaamaganugallery

Helen Nampijinpa Robertson - Ngapa Jukurrpa (Water Dreaming) 2013 | Yuendumu #yaamaganugallery

Scheming | Country Cottage #colour #interior #design

Scheming | Country Cottage #colour #interior #design

Friday #colour, all the way from Edinburgh, thanks to my international scout @lexmancini

Friday #colour, all the way from Edinburgh, thanks to my international scout @lexmancini

Tags: colour

'Superblown' glass vessels by Liane Rossler and Sarah K aka Supercyclers. A series of delicate glass bubbles blown directly from recycled glass bottles.  These vessels form part of The Other Hemisphere exhibition of Australian design in Milan this week.

The Design Files Daily || http://thedesignfiles.net/2014/04/the-other-hemisphere-milan-2014/

'Superblown' glass vessels by Liane Rossler and Sarah K aka Supercyclers. A series of delicate glass bubbles blown directly from recycled glass bottles. These vessels form part of The Other Hemisphere exhibition of Australian design in Milan this week.

The Design Files Daily || http://thedesignfiles.net/2014/04/the-other-hemisphere-milan-2014/

#SydneyBiennale (at Art Gallery Of NSW)

#SydneyBiennale (at Art Gallery Of NSW)

Elevated Vase by Muuto – This vase by Muuto is currently on our ‘want’ list!  We love the combination of delicately tinted translucent glass with timber base.  Designer Thomas Bensen says ‘The materials are inspired by the flowers and branches I would put in the vase. The wood represent the roots in the soil, whilst and the glass the airy treetop, as it stands in nature’.

Elevated Vase by Muuto – This vase by Muuto is currently on our ‘want’ list! We love the combination of delicately tinted translucent glass with timber base. Designer Thomas Bensen says ‘The materials are inspired by the flowers and branches I would put in the vase. The wood represent the roots in the soil, whilst and the glass the airy treetop, as it stands in nature’.

Tags: design colour

Designed by CH + QS Arquitectos, this Spanish Rural Retreat, in Berrocal, Segovia, Spain, was designed in response to the surrounding landscape. Taking in views to the West and East, the country house frames views of the mountains with what is a surprisingly contemporary design that has a subtle Danish twist with Fredericia Furniture J39 Shaker Dining Chairs and Runner Chairs, both by Borge Mogensen.

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Designed by CH + QS Arquitectos, this Spanish Rural Retreat, in Berrocal, Segovia, Spain, was designed in response to the surrounding landscape. Taking in views to the West and East, the country house frames views of the mountains with what is a surprisingly contemporary design that has a subtle Danish twist with Fredericia Furniture J39 Shaker Dining Chairs and Runner Chairs, both by Borge Mogensen.

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Point King Residence || The Mornington Peninsula house was designed to maximise both entertaining and privacy, and minimise its visual impact on the environment.

http://www.vogue.com.au/vogue+living/design/galleries/point+king+residence+by+hassell,29595

Point King Residence || The Mornington Peninsula house was designed to maximise both entertaining and privacy, and minimise its visual impact on the environment.

http://www.vogue.com.au/vogue+living/design/galleries/point+king+residence+by+hassell,29595

Martine Emdur ‘Untitled V’, oil on linen 51 x 51 cm
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Martine Emdur ‘Untitled V’, oil on linen 51 x 51 cm
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"Inspiration is determined only by how widely open your eyes are."

Raoul Textiles is a family-owned textile design firm based in Santa Barbara, California, with showrooms worldwide. The textiles are innovative, vibrant interpretations of historical patterns, drawn from many regions and cultures.

The collection is hand-printed in Santa Barbara on imported Belgian linen for the residential market. Raouls also offers a custom collection of fine woven fabric produced in Belgium and France. Designers and their clients love the line for its bold color and scale, diverse inspiration and old-world craftsmanship.

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— Official website – www.raoultextiles.com