Monday, June 7, 2010

Interior Design - Jamie Bush & Co





I first saw Jamie Bush’s work in the Architectural Digest ( the one with Jennifer Aniston on the cover! ) . While I really liked and appreciated his work featured in that particular issue, I had to share these three spaces with you because:
1) I think they are stylistically evocative of a particular period in this case mid -century modern and are yet totally relevant as contemporary spaces to live in. 
2 ) I just really like his sense of design, colour, texture, attention to detail and every space has great pieces of furniture that all fit perfectly together 
3)  last but not least all my favorite chairs seem to be appear in these spaces.
http://www.jamiebush.com


1 -  BRENTWOOD 
RESIDENCE   Described as a playful mid-century modern home and compound!








2 - LA CA√ĎADA 
MID-CENTURY   Building in stone, glass, wood, and steel is set in the scenic foothills of the Sierra Madre.








3 - SANTA MONICA
RESIDENCE    A modern courtyard house fashioned from redwood, concrete, steel and glass surrounded by lush Japanese gardens.











Thursday, June 3, 2010

Im Back !

After 2 months of neglect and delay with updating this space, I’m now back,
and I hope to continue being stylish with my updates.

With the last few days or rather last few hours of summer left, here is a bit of colour as we prepare for the grey dreariness of the monsoon that will soon descend on Mumbai.

I want to share some images of this unusual flower/greenery/fruit? that I found at the local florist. He said it was part if the Supari palm,(I know no better) but I loved the texture the colour and earthiness of this greenery.

I also bought some of my favorite Tiger Lilies or Lilliums, (is there a difference between the two again I have no idea) but the colours and the perfume of these flowers is beautiful and I had a bit of fun turning these into abstract images see ABSTRACT Tiger Lilies or Lillium which I will eventually, one day turn into paintings..... 














ABSTRACT Tiger Lilies or Lillium