Friday, February 29, 2008


Hope you have a lovely weekend. Shown here, work by Paul Lowe, a New York-based food and interior stylist. You can see more of his beautiful work here, or visit him at his own blog, sweet paul. Via the style files.

Bookshelf: A French Accent

Beautiful traditional inspiration from France today. Clockwise, from top left: French Home by Josephine Ryan, Hilary Robertson and Claire Richardson, Ryland Peters and Small; The Art of French Country Living by Jean Naudin and Colette Gouvion, Hachette Illustrated; A French Country Home: Style and Entertaining by Jocelyne Sibuet, Catherine Deydier Guillaume De Laubier, Flammarion; Really Rural by Marie-France Boyer, Thames and Hudson.

Afternoon in a Paris Café

I've just discovered the wonderful Passementerie blog, and I'm now wishing I could be spending my afternoon in a warm Paris café, dreamily watching the world go by. For now, though, it's back outside into the Canadian cold and snow ... brrrrr!

Dinner in Paris

A country look in a Paris home. The chairs were originally from a Chinese school.

Minimalist dining. Sycamore benches and tables by John Pawson, lamp by Philippe Starck.

Groovy 1960's style dining in a converted warehouse space.

A mix of styles in the dining room of decorator Hervé le Douarec's classic Parisian artist atelier.

All images from Marie Claire Maison.
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