Sunday Reading

Anna from Door Sixteen wrote about this kitchen a while back in her Yeah, I could live there series which I saved and have been thinking about ever since.  Love pretty well everything in this kitchen in Barcelona designed by Daniel Perez and Felipe Araujo of Egue y Seta studio.   From the amazing tile work (floor and walls) to the lighting and furniture.  Anna sums it up in her poast which includes even more pics (check it out here).  And here's more sunday reading material for a crisp February morning:

For all apartment dwellers out there; something cute and compact.
Hockey fans will love this Whistler mountain retreat
Make a constellation scarf
A pretty example of a porcelain pen painted plate one could DIY
Or sew a tote
A different kind of IKEA catalog
Prabal Gurung launched at Target today, did you snatch a piece? (I'm loving the floral blazer)
The filmmaker Sofia Coppola captured an intimate conversation with Deborah Needlemen and T’s cover subject, Lee Radziwill, in her New York City apartment.
Happy Sunday!

Jan Halvarson


ilaria said...

I definitely love the tiles on the floor ... I've loved that pattern for ages and now that it is back on fashion I can't get sick of it ;-)

Cez said...

wonderful!!!! xxx

My Scandinavian Home said...

Love the floor, it's fantastic! I'm heading to Barcelona in two weeks and can't wait, I hope I get to see lots of spaces like this one!

elisa said...

So amazing. I love the table the most. Of course, the open space and the beautiful windows are cool too.

Happy Sunday!

Unknown said...

I could LIVE in this kitchen. So fantastic!

b and e said...

the business of the white tiles and the floor works really wellW

Mormorsglamour- pyssel och inredning said...

Just love this wonderful kitchen. And thanks for linking to my decorated porcelain :)
Wish you a great day!