Friday’s Favourites

June 5, 2015 by Belinda

I have had a busy week sourcing products for clients, something I love to do. It is great to see that we are finally getting access to more of my favourite U.S. interiors brands. This week I stumbled across the beautiful Phillip Jefferies range of wallpaper. Check out this amazing hemp geometric design wallpaper  (bottom right), along with some other gems I found this week.

Gallerie B Sourcing

Now for my Friday’s Favourites. Bathroom tiles are on my radar at the moment and I sometimes wonder if I am overthinking things. These simple marble herringbone floor tiles are classic and timeless. Perini Tiles now stock this marble-look herringbone in a porcelain too (here). Oh to be able to fit an upholstered ottoman in my ensuite!

Friday's Favourites Marble Bathroom

Melanie Millner

Speaking of simplifying things, our front garden design has been a bit of a challenge given the block is on quite a slope. To create varying levels would be ideal but is proving expensive given the number of retaining walls required. From a functional point of view we really only need a pathway from the footpath and driveway to the front steps. So going back to basics, I found this image…..perfect!

Friday's Favourites House Exterior

Stonewood Builders

I couldn’t help but fall in love with this gorgeous nursery which belongs to U.S blogger Rach Parcell’s baby Isla. Sadly my girls are moving on from wanting soft pink colours in their bedroom so I will just need to relive the moments through these images. You can see more of the nursery (here).

Friday's Favourites Pink Nursery

Caitlin Creer

This might be more in line with where my girls are at! I love this clever feature tufted bedhead idea.

Friday's Favourites Girl's Bedroom

Gideon Mendelson via House Beautiful

Have a lovely weekend.

Belinda XO

4 thoughts on “Friday’s Favourites”

  1. Bel, Phillip Jeffries Moroccan Grasscloth has been one of my favourites! I even went so far as getting samples but stopped short!

    1. Hi Lynn, what stopped you, that Moroccan pattern is amazing!? I have my eye on the herringbone weave for our new study. Hope all is going well with you x

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