23.2.10

{a photographer, a designer + bohemian elegance}


. . . last week it was silver canisters in a copenhagen kitchen, and this week, inspiration comes in the form of a vintage cake tin and a glimpse of pinkish wallpaper . . .

. . . and as it turns out, the images above were taken by photographer deborah jaffe, whose e-mail arrived in perfect time with the discovery of white & gold cake tins and neisha crosland wallpaper, and who has shot for domino, martha stewart living and elle decoration uk:

. . . and the owner of the vintage tins, mismatched patterned ceramics, plush textiles and flea-market finds is california-based fashion designer erica tanov, whose bohemian romantic style can be seen in both her berkeley home and current clothing collection . . .

one of the designer's shops


from a previous spring/summer collection

{all images by deborah jaffe for elle decoration uk with the exception of the last; images 1&2 from elle decoration uk and all other images from the photographer's and designer's websites; special thanks to felicity for the original erica tanov link xo}

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19 Comments:

Anonymous Silvana said...

Love the feel and tones to this blog post. Gorgeous photos and a lovely write up!

February 24, 2010  
Blogger *Allison* said...

I love that cake tin too! It's amazing how one inspirational piece can open so many doors.

February 24, 2010  
Blogger The Style Revolution said...

Wow love that shop!

February 24, 2010  
Blogger Lady Kate said...

Gorgeous blog! Such inspiration!

February 24, 2010  
Blogger Jennifer said...

I am loving the cake tin and canisters!!! Gorgeous inspiration!

February 24, 2010  
Blogger Shannon said...

That turquoise bedding is soft and unbelievably beautiful! Where can I purchase?

February 24, 2010  
Anonymous Simply Grove said...

Wow, that cake tin is gorgeous! This whole post is gorgeous!! xx

February 24, 2010  
Anonymous Kate said...

Ugh. Too gorgeous for words.

I love pretty pink wallpaper!(especially when it's a Neisha Crosland print). How fun would that print be in a walk-in closet?

February 24, 2010  
Anonymous Jennifer at NicoleJaneHome said...

Must have the white cake cannister!!!

February 24, 2010  
Blogger Destination Inspiration said...

This Eric has beautiful taste, I'd love to visit her shop! Beautiful post

February 25, 2010  
Blogger May Brady said...

LOVING your blog!! Thanks so much for sharing... inspired muchly.

http://maybrady.blogspot.com/

February 25, 2010  
Blogger Living It At Home said...

Beautiful and serene. Can picture this in my "dream summer house".

February 25, 2010  
Blogger kate funk said...

Love the vintage kitchen pieces. That's one of the things that I love about anthropologie they always have great remakes of antique styles!
velvetcupcakeskvf.blogspot.com

February 25, 2010  
Blogger kate funk said...

Love the vintage kitchen pieces. That's one of the things that I love about anthropologie they always have great remakes of antique styles!
velvetcupcakeskvf.blogspot.com

February 25, 2010  
Blogger Ms. Wife of the Year said...

I die for that kitschy cake tin.

February 26, 2010  
Blogger Rachel said...

i love the stacks of teacups & china. i swear in my fantasies i fill my house with stacks of gorgeous mismatched china because i think its just so chic. that and crystal, gold, silver, pink . . .basically imagine a an aging castle and that's what I want my house to be. lol

it could happen right?
rachel
www.littlegirlshinyworld.com

February 26, 2010  
Anonymous FXOX said...

Dear R, lovely lovely post - really well thought out and great "flow"- I thought there would be more comments actually - thank you for the mention - you are too kind:-)

hugs and smiles
and the blog is looking lovely lately. Hugs and smiles FXOX

February 27, 2010  
Blogger {this is glamorous} said...

hello felicity! so lovely to hear from you and thank you, both for the link and lovely comment.

posting has been rather sporadic this week and this post was up rather late so perhaps that might have something to do with it -- but so happy you liked it -- thought it was fun and a bit of departure, as might normally have used only the first two and last light + airy images...

hope you're well,
xoxo

February 27, 2010  
Blogger Apt. #34 said...

I adore this spread - so lovely and inspiring. I'm swooning!

March 01, 2010  

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