London was extra colourful in the rain today with a mass of marathon runners… well done everybody!
Sunday morning… we would love to be reading the papers and sipping our coffees at this rare 1930s coffee table by Paul Frankl
Happy Easter everyone! Check out this beautiful jewelled egg made by Faberge. These were given as presents in Russia between 1885 and 1917 as a celebration of Easter and show the best craftsmanship you will ever see.
Easter has reminded us of Salvador Dali’s surreal egg-topped home in Cadaques, Spain.
We were lucky enough to spend a morning at the iconic but long disused Commonwealth Institute on London’s Kensington High Street. Sitting up on the roof in the morning sun with a view over London’s roof tops was amazing. Soon work will begin to restore and adapt it to become the city’s new Design Museum… we can’t wait to see it.
Michelin House built in 1911 is one of our favourite London icons
In London it’s the kind of sunny, warm spring day that makes you want to be driving in a convertable. We love this picture of Alain Delon and Jane Fonda in theirs.
This giant creative tool kit from Faber Castel is still top of the Anya wishlist…
Beautiful scrawly, scratchy scribbles from Cy Twombly
The beautiful and talented British writer and muse Caroline Blackwood was once married to Lucien Freud and Picasso drew all over her hands and nails when he met her. Here she is at her most natural, shot by American photographer Walker Evans in the spring of 1958.