Monday, April 25, 2011

Home Office

Some good news on the Feathered Nest front...  I got a HUGE job - an entire home, top to bottom. This home is brand new construction and beyond beautiful. Yay for me!

I therefore, need to redo my home office to make room for an assistant.

Here are some pics to inspire me...

lori sakimm

via diversion project

ghislaine vinas design

paul raff studio

elle decor

via diversion project

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Eames Molded Plastic Chairs

Another mid century design classic and the landmark design from Charles and Ray Eames, these were the first industrially manufactured plastic chairs. Eames Molded plastic chairs are not only great looking but super comfy. You can choose between many different colors as well as a variety of shells and bases.

The great thing about these chairs is their versatility. I have seen them in bedrooms, dining room, kitchens, living rooms, etc. There is so much freedom and creativity when using this chair. Which style do you like best?

via decorology

via delikattassen

via diversion project

via fresh home

via automatism

via plastolux

ghislaine vinas interiors

design is mine

grassroots modern

james silverman photography

living with white

New York Times Magazine

via chic tip

via plastolux

Friday, April 15, 2011

Come on Baby Light my Fire...

Many people aren't sure how to address their fireplace. There are many different ways to do so, you may want to make it less a focal point while others may create more decor to bring attention to the fireplace. Here are some images to inspire you.

david collins

eve robinson

olson kundig

page goolick

via carolina eclectic

Which style do you like best?

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Robert Granoff Photography

I am always on the hunt for a really amazing interior photographer as I love perusing their work. Randomly I was searching through different "interior design" apps in the ITunes Store when I came across an App by a photographer named Robert Granoff. I immediately recognized the name as he is the brother/ brother in law of good friends of mine.

Upon looking through his work I was speechless! I couldn't believe I actually knew this phenomenal photographer and of course I contacted him immediately to share my adoration of his work.

Therefore, this post is dedicated to Robert. Below are some images from his site, but trust me you should be sure to view all of the images he has on his website/ app.

To locate his App, simply go to or type "Robert Granoff" in the search field of any apple device. His App is compatible with both the IPhone and IPad.

If you know anyone looking for a photographer, you should certainly have them contact him. His reputation is impeccable and he is the sweetest guy you will ever meet! He also loves to compensate anyone that refers him business (he views everyone as his agents), so if you make the connection he will hook you up with a three digit gift cards or even cash! Sounds good to me!

A little background on Robert...

Robert Granoff is a professional photographer who specializes in interior design and architecture. In 2002 Robert, formed RMG, PHOTO, LLC and since then he has enjoyed shooting for prestigious clients such as Billhuber and Associates, Dordoni Architetti, Minotti, Herman Miller, and ddc, to name just a few. He currently resides in Long Island City where he's prone to pondering his next great space while gazing at the Manhattan skyline."

Monday, April 11, 2011

DO Judge a book by it's cover...

My dream home is an uber-modern architectural masterpiece overlooking the water. It doesn't even matter where it is - just want it to have tons of floor to ceiling windows and extreme privacy.

If anyone has 30 mil lying around, I highly suggest buying this property located right here in Montauk. If you do, PLEASE invite me over! Lol!


Maybe in my next life. But for now I can salivate over these beautys and continue to fantasize...

via chic tip

via acero architects

via contemporist

John Robert Nilsson design via decoist

via decoist

via everything simple

via everything simple

via james silverstone photography