Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Daily Pretties






















Seriously, these are far more than just pretty. In fact, they set my heart a racin' double time! All of my favorites are here...quirky, uniquely personal spaces, interesting art and beautiful lighting, beams, old wood floors, brick walls, vintage finds and modern lines. And the lust, oops, I meant list goes on and on. Simply spectacular spaces. And I just have to add, I'm insane-o for that chain leg dining table pictured above. Anyone know the details on that beauty? Do tell.
{images via the supremely talented Abigail Ahern}

10 comments:

Raina said...

Oh poops - I DO know that chain table, but the manufacturer escapes me. I'll do some research...

ticklishfromadistance said...

That first image makes me swoon. I love quirky rooms that on paper would make no sense but make perfect sense when you are in them.

please sir said...

Oh love all the little bits of detail!

fromtherightbank.com said...

These rooms have sooooooo much personality. I love them all. And hey, is that kitchen table the same one you posted, then I posted from a different angle? I seriously love it.

Dallas Shaw said...

wow, going to this site right this moment
dallas
http://dillydallas.blogspot.com

Gina Uhlmann said...

Just found your blog & love it!
Thanks!

nkp said...

Well thank you Gina! I'm thrilled you stopped by, welcome! I only had a moment to follow the link to your blog...it looks wonderful. I hope to visit soon and delve in to your space.

nkp said...

Hi ya, Dallas. Glad you stopped in again!

susieq said...

Oh I LOVE these rooms. nkp, do you know who designed the top room? It looks like early-Darryl Carter. But, probably not...

nkp said...

Hi Susie. I did some googling, but could not come up with a name of the designer. The apartment belongs to clothing designer Cindy Greene. She's one-half of the team of Libertine. Her apartment was featured on The Selby if you want to see more. Here's the link:
http://www.theselby.com/7_12_08_cindy_greene/index.html

It does have a bit of a Darryl Carter vibe, that sort of classic American feel. But I'd venture to say it's not a la Carter. A little too hipster chic. He's more clean lines, simple, stark, and white, white, white with a few dark accents. Don't you think. Either way, I think it's fabulously eccentric and dare I say, "eclectic?" ;0)