I normally like simple interiors, but this home, which I came across in Vogue Living, is an exception (maybe because it's so spring-y and we're desperate here for warmth). Also, the wallpaper in the living room reminds me of the cover of the Domino book. Located in Sydney Australia, this home belongs to fashion designer Melanie Greensmith and her rocker husband, Mark McEntee (and their dogs, Fifi L'amour and Napoleon Bonaparte). According to Greensmith, they scouted the world to find just the right apartment before settling on this one. One look at the arched windows and the fantastic view and I think the search was well worth the effort :)
Below is the home when it was with its previous owner, restauranteur Charles Wilkins. So different!
This spring will be six years since Shed opened. I cannot remember a time when I walked in and didn't feel good about being there.
We launched the Shed website last year to reach a larger audience and offer more product. So far so good. After giving it a lot of thought, I have decided to focus my energy and resources on the website and close the Baker Street store. It is a bittersweet decision, but the right one, I believe.
I cannot begin to think about all the faces I will miss and the gratitude I have for everyone who enjoyed the store and help make it a special place. You know who you are and I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Shed is not closing; just growing and evolving. I have already sourced great new vendors and products that will go on the website in the upcoming months. Excited for what lays ahead. I'll continue the blog to keep you in the loop and keep the design inspiration coming.
Until next time. Thank you. Cindy
I was talking to a friend recently about the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey movie. She was worried that actor Jamie Dornan couldn't pull off the role of Christian Grey as well as other actors who were originally considered for the part. I had no idea who he was. A few days later I binge watched "The Fall" and could not get over how cute the star, a serial killer, was. Didn't realize until the show was over that it was Jamie Dornan. Called my friend immediately to tell her she had nothing to fear. The role is in good hands.....good face.....good arms.....you name it, all good!
Click HERE to see Dornan making fun of the way he walks. Hysterical.