Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Greetings to you all, this weeks interior installment  is more a look at interiors, particularly residential interiors, I have been discussing interiors a fair bit with various people over the months and everyone seems to ask the same question. How do I get some inspiration for my own home, can you point me in the right direction, what would you do here. So this weeks installment has some pointers on what people around the world are doing with their own home spaces. Some of course are over the top , others are raw and rough, I like it all, so enjoy the work of others and be inspired to do something a little different, you may just surprise yourselves. And if you see an image and think to yourself that you could never have an interior like that, just remember it may not be the whole interior, it might just be some small part of that design that you could use. Plus some great shots of the world just to make you wish. 

Disclaimer: All images, unless otherwise noted, were taken from the Internet and are assumed to be in the public domain. In the event that there is a problem or error with copyrighted material, the break of the copyright is unintentional and the material will be removed immediately upon notification

Frank's work is instantly recognizable and still looks great after nearly a hundred years
Christchurch perhaps?

Check out the quality of the stitching that's gone into this simple strap on a motorcycle tank. just brilliant

Check this out, it kind of makes me sad.

Can you smell this? The other night walking through central Wellington with an English friend of mine, he stopped and said to us "can you smell the underground of London". And sure enough there it was, that hot dusty metal on metal with asbestos brake smell that is instantly recognizable.

And that is a wrap. The planet Weekly may be a bit intermittent over the next few weeks as I have some other stuff to deal with, please bear with me. So take a seat be patient and it will arrive in your in box at some stage in the next few weeks.

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