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Jennifer studied fashion design, but made the switch to interior styling after working for lifestyle magazines. ‘Colour is my signature, but it’s not about always using the strongest shades, it’s about creating interesting combinations. I draw inspiration from all sorts of references – it could be as simple as clashing shop fronts’ she says. Jennifer is passionate about using colour and composition to create beautiful images. As comfortable on location as in a studio environment she is dedicated to producing the highest quality work whatever the brief. Working predominately in London and with a packed address book of photographers, set builders, PRs, locations, prop houses and transporters to hand, her work as a stylist ranges from producing beautiful editorial pages to working closely with individual designers and multi-national companies, as well as designing and setting up events – thriving on the variety this brings. Enjoy her work then!!!!

Burls are highly figured, natural deformities typically removed from the trunks of trees and discarded before the wood is sawn into lumber. When seen through the eyes of a craftsman, however, such castoffs can become functional works of art. The prototype Kerf Table set is one such example of beauty borne from nature’s anomalies. Each of the ten limited edition tables is created from a slice of a single intact burl that Design Principal Alan Maskin recovered from a Port Townsend, Washington lumberyard. Each unique tabletop highlights the twists and turns of the burl’s raw edge. Kerf cuts create barely-there slots for metal plates, forming the connection for three forged and welded steel legs fabricated by Anvil House in Seattle. The surface of the tables features a hand-rubbed oil finish by Seattle furniture artisan Steve Clark. Maskin designed the tables to be intentionally versatile; appropriate in groups or singularly, in…

NEST DESIGN GROUP is a full service interior design firm that believes in the importance of achieving the perfect nest for each client. Designers Jana Erwin and Audrey Tehauno accomplish this by making their clients’ living and work-spaces beautiful reflections of each client’s individuality. You will notice as you look through their portfolio that each nest is unique. They pride themselves on not having a certain “style,” and they will never try to fit you into a box. They love your uniqueness and your home will reflect that. Birds often make hundreds of trips collecting materials to build their nests. NEST collects textiles, antiques, rugs, and unique findings from around the world, bringing them back where they are destined to create your perfect space. Enjoy then this open-plan, bohemian place!!!!!

Interiors and exteriors in that challenging project provide just about everything for a comfortable everyday life, while also alleviating the crisis we found ourselves in. The location can be anywhere in the world, and the project is a place to escape, the so-called Stay at home house – explains very simply Sarajevo architect Armin Mesic of Fo4a Architecture studio. Inspired by the current situation we are in, engulfed in a global pandemic that we can fight simply by staying isolated inside our homes, the architect came up with the idea of ​​a home that is a perfect haven and provides us with everything to ease this period. INSPIRATION : In addition to the current situation, the architect reveals to us that the inspiration for the project came in part from one scene of the popular 2015 American drama “The Revenant” with Leonard DiCaprio in the leading role. Like Hugh Glass,…