Hello, dears! For this Monday’s inspiration I chose to feature a super-talented interior stylist and photographer who travels (and lives) back and forth between Sydney, Paris and Amsterdam – Pia Jane Bijkerk! Her blog was a source of inspiration to me for a long time as her photography is beyond gorgeous and her style is what can be called rustic-meets-vintage-meets-French-meets-all-things-beautiful! Her work appeared in famous shelter magazines such as Elle Interior, Vogue Living, Home Beautiful, Traditional home and others. Recently Pia launched her professional website and I couldn’t help but blog about it. If you seek for a dose of prettiness to put you in a creative mood for this week, then enjoy this post!
It’s Friday, people! This means that a happy dance is in order right now! TGIF! For a pretty day I have the portfolio of a star for all. And I’m totally serious when saying star, she’s a design star and she’s the winner of HGTV‘s show. Ladies and gents, it’s Emily Henderson I’m speaking about! I loved her aesthetics ever since I first saw one of her designs and now I’m finally sharing with all my love for Emily Henderson! I’m sure there’s no much need to explain why do I adore Emily or how did it happen – it just did and watch out, it will happen to you after you check some of the designs from her portfolio:
Hi, dears! Today I’d like to introduce you to Chloe Brown, a London based freelance interior, lifestyle and food prop stylist who has a truly impressive biography. She started her career at Living Etc. and in four years she went from Style assistant to Style Editor, she has worked with various known magazines such as Homes & Gardens, Real Simple, Easy Living and more. Needless to name the clients Chloe had, it’s the same impressive! I’d call her style contemporary yet cozy, neat with a touch of glamor and believe it or not looking through her portfolio made me feel home sick. Take a look:
Another Swedish talented artist of interior design is Lotta Agaton. After working several years as a managing editor for the Swedish magazine Residence, Lotta started her career as a freelancer working with clients both in Sweden and abroad. You should definitely visit Lotta’s site and blog to her check portfolio (it’s in Swedish, but it can be easily translated into English). I like how she is playing with the styles, adding to a dramatic room a touch of romance – impressing to me as I always thought mixing styles isn’t *that* easy! Here’s is what I highlighted from the amazing portfolio of Lotta Agaton!
I don’t know where did I spot interior editor and stylist Irina Graewe, but today I stumbled upon her site between my bookmarks. I took a look once again and her work is absolutely something to be shared with you. It’s something different than what I see every day, it’s so extravagant, but not vulgar. Call it however you want, but one thing is clear – this lady knows how to catch your eye with the images she’s featuring on her site.