I’ve just come across Pigeon Vintage, a lovely Brighton shop with an equally lovely tumblr of the various things they like. Here are a few current and archived items of theirs that caught my eye…
1960s Italian pear ice bucket. If you like this, see our 1960s brass pineapple ice bucket here:
Italian Wheatsheaf coffee table with gilt iron and silvered flower base.
Stylised human body carved from wood, 1930s.
Italian glass and chrome light bulb lamp, 1950s.
images from Pigeon Vintage; brass pineapple ice bucket from The Colonies
‘candelier’ by kevin champeny image from here
all other images from here
The images below are from California shop, Just Folk. There are treasures at every turn. I would live there in a heartbeat…giant hands, mannequin lamps and all.
images from here
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Tagged creative interiors, folk art, folk interiors, interior decoration, interior decoration ideas, interior design ideas, unique interiors
What’s been missing from my life all these years? Why, a light on a rope with an industrial pulley (and maybe even a crank), of course.
Exhibit A: chandelier in Trangallan restaurant, Newington Green, London
Exhibit B: Not your everyday bedside lamp
Behold. Colour. Made by the Berber people of Morocco from scraps of old clothes.
Posted in Colors/Colours, Flooring, Rugs
Tagged berber, boucherouite, colorful, colour, colourful rug, interior decoration, interior design, moroccan, rugs
I would like to paint the outside of my house like this, though I suspect I might not get away with it.
I find these images inspiring and insightful – they make me think about the need for expression and personalisation of the home no matter the environment or the presumed economic status of those that live there.
Show us some of your own attempts at expression and personalisation of your home by commenting below.
images from here