Saturday, 4 November 2017

|| November | WISH LIST

Above images: 1. Happy + Co Bobble cushion textured cover: 100% recycled cotton 2. B & Q Faux succulent plant in concrete planter 3.  Original art 'How do you think' by Niki Hare at Rise Art: graffiti/street art mixed media 4. Vertex metal geometric basket by Castleton Home: copper finish 5. 'Cosmic' ornament by Kelly Hoppen: burnished gold 6. 'Tote' basket by House Doctor: woven black seagrass 7. 'Florian' planter A.M. P.M. by La Redoute: ceramic planter on wooden stand 8. Washable 'Paper Bag' planter pot from Warm Grey Company on Etsy 9. 'Trailing Succulent' by Kelly Hoppen: faux plant 


For more information on anything shown in the above images please click on the names under each photograph to go through to their web sites. I create my mood boards/colour palettes with a computer programme called Photoshop by Adobe which is available for both Apple Mac and PC computers.


As always, if I have featured your photograph and you would rather I didn't, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will remove it with my sincerest apologies. 

With warmest wishes

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Thursday, 21 September 2017

|| BISTRO | COFFEE part one

LOCATION: UK
DESCRIPTION: Artisan coffee roasters/shops/bistro cafés

Trending around the UK are specialist artisan coffee bean roasters. Many not only sell the most amazing coffee (online or in store), but also offer their own "space" where you can indulge in a true coffee lovers experience. Bistros, cafés and coffee bars each with their unique decor offer everything from pastries to full bistro meals. 

Spotlighting this month: Grind


Above image: Grind pale brass industrial style shelving against a grey marble wall
   Above image: Grind pale grey marble herringbone tiles inlaid with pale brass, herringbone wooden floor against minimal white and charcoal grey. Brass industrial fittings and grey marbled walls.
Above image: Grind grey marble huge counter and brass industrial chic
Above images: Grind  marble mosaic tiles intersect exposed brick walls, in house roasted coffee 
 Above image: Grind in house roastery white painted brick walls, grey concrete floor and stencilled coffee sacks
Above image: Grind black subway/metro tiles painted brick walls and industrial style lighting
Above image: Grind  black, red and neon: sex, coffee and rock n roll
Above images: 1.photo: Valeriia Volkova in Grind at the Royal Exchange with it's herringbone marble tiles 2.luster red coffee cup on brass inlaid marble table Grind and 3. Grind coffee tin again marble
Above images: Grind  
Above image: photo by Lululemon of the Covent Garden Grind
 Above image: photo by Christy Lam of instagram pause.rewind in the Covent Garden Grind. Marble + black quilted leather + red + coffee

HEADQUARTERS

Grind & Co.
8-10 New North Place
Shoreditch, London
EC2A 4JA

020 3019 1806


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For more information on anything shown in the above images please click on the names under each photograph to go through to their web sites. I create my mood boards/colour palettes with a computer programme called Photoshop by Adobe which is available for both Apple Mac and PC computers.

As always, if I have featured your photograph and you would rather I didn't, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will remove it with my sincerest apologies. 

With warmest wishes

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