Tag: mood boards
You know, I’ve come to realise that black grout can be a perfect friend to a humble little white tile. The sort of friend we all wish for – one who makes us look better, feel smarter and stand out in the crowd. In honour of this realisation, today I’m sharing a selection of cool projects that feature white tiles with black grout – from residential and retail interiors, to offices and styling sets.
Sunken buildings sitting below the ground are a scary thought. Dark, hidden hovels that cause claustrophobia and fear of your surroundings collapsing in on you while you sleep. Ok, that is being slightly melodramatic, but you have to admit the thought of such spaces is not particularly appealing as a place to live. But yes – you guessed it – today’s story is here to prove the theory wrong.
01 | So Hot Right Now // Trees In Interiors. 02 | So Hot Right Now // Marble Madness. 03 | Mesmerising Mirrored Mood // Interiors & Art Installations. 04 | Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors—Models on Stairs. | 05 | Monochrome Masterpieces // Black and White Design Inspiration. 06 | What do a Storage Unit, a Basin and a Transistor Radio Have in Common? 07 | So Hot Right Now // Mobile Buildings. 08 | Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors—Take 4 // Models on Chairs. | 09 | Beautiful Brickwork.
Well it’s been at least 6 months since the last post, and I thought it was only fair we made another trip to that wonderfully delicious, visually arresting place where Fashion Photography makes sweet passionate love with Amazing Interiors. You with me? Hope so, cause you kinda have no choice – I’m totally doing it baby! Today I wanted to look at some images of hot models (is there any other kind?) using all kinds of fantastical stairs as props. I don’t know about you, but I love a good lookin’ stair, as much as I love checking out gorgeous clothes, and shit hot fashion photography. This perfect trifecta makes me go all giggly, drooly and week at the knees…
It’s certainly no news the (Western) world has been moving towards a more mobile existence for quite some time. Advancement of technology in combination with our continued pursuit of alternative lifestyle has brought about many developments towards innovative, or should I say – less conventional ways of working, living and holidaying. One such example is the move towards mobile buildings. Whilst this is far from being a new trend, it’s definitely interesting to see how varied these buildings are in their usage and the way in which they are configured. From true mobile dwellings such as the repurposed vehicles and shipping containers, to more conventional shelters designed to fit on the back of a bicycle or a truck, these interesting examples of mobile buildings from around the globe are a real-life comment about the mobile-nature of the world we live in…
Today I wanted to explore some of the finest and most dramatic examples of Monochrome Masterpieces. Although the black & white palette has been around since the dawn of day, I am specifically interested in examples that really take the use of the two “non-colours” to a whole new level, and in doing so break new grounds. These spaces are about extreme contrasts, bold gestures, sharp and refined detailing, slicing and carving of volumes that create a dramatic distinction between the positive and the negative, solid and void. All of them have shown a hard-core commitment to the black & white palette and I am here to applaud them…