LINLEY – timeless pieces

London is an amazing city, that is a fact. For a design hunter, there is anything you could possibly wish for in one huge and cosmopolitan place. Last November I was invited to a night of art, magic and music at LINLEY’s London flagship store in Belgravia, when I had the chance to admire the…

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Toronto

This was my second time in Toronto, but my first proper visit. We spent a few days walking around and discovering more of this vibrant city. Canada is a welcoming country with kind and friendly people. I only encountered smily faces and one can tell that Canadians are proud of their country. Toronto has a…

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Terrariums – Urban Garden

There is a trend going on everywhere. Terrariums are becoming very popular and one of the most instagrammed things right now. Many of us live in busy cities with little or no outdoor space. We spend hours at the office and the only chance of some fresh air might be the weekend. So this is…

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Fornasetti – Ceramics

Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988) was an Italian artist (painter, sculptor and interior decorator). He lived in Milan and moved to Switzerland during WWII.

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“Nautica” Swing chair – Mut Design

This swing is one of those pieces that you simply want to have in your garden or outdoor space. I will have my very own garden in London very soon, and so far I quite like the idea of sipping my G&T after work while rocking away in one of these.

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Elkebana – wall trophy

Designed by Fabio Milito + Paula Studio, Elkebana is advertised as the first trophy suitable for vegans. I think it is a brilliant item of magnificent design, mainly because of its simplicity and strong impact. This is what good design is all about. I like the name, which comes from the “ikebana”, the ancient Japanese…

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The Hospital Club – London

The Hospital Club is one of those places in my “to do list”. As a Londoner I have a long list of places that I would like to experience but I haven’t had the time yet, so this one deserves a long overdue visit. First for drinks, ideally to stay and finally a possible membership? This…

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Behomm – designers home exchange

Happy New Year! After a short and deserved break The Hunter comes back with much more tempting design. Airbnb is already a popular website which I have used a few times. There are plenty of interesting properties to rent around the world (my latest was Villa Pierre in St Lucia) But Behomm is a step further…

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Designing the Bar

Mad Men brought us back to the early days when gentlemen had their own bar in the office. That is a bit extreme and we shall not encourage drinking at work or drinking with no moderation. But having a nice stocked bar at home adds a bit of glamour and sophistication to our daily lives. That…

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De Castelli

As a Garden Designer, De Castelli is one of those companies from which I am always willing to use some elements to complete a design. I lived in Barcelona for a few years and I never had the chance, usually because the products are quite pricy and that put off some clients. But now in…

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Zetter Townhouse – Hotel Review – London

So I finally ticked the box. After wishing for so long to stay at The Zetter Townhouse I got to spend the weekend dragged along by Little Observationist who is reviewing the hotel for her blog sponsored by Malibu’s #BestSummerEver campaign. I posted about this hotel before as I knew it was one of the gems…

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Zetter Townhouse – London

The Zetter Townhouse is one of those boxes I haven’t ticked yet, but I hope I will very soon. At least for a few drinks, I am sure it is definitely worth it. This Georgian Townhouse has only 11 rooms and two suites. It is a quirky and eclectic hotel, perfect for a different London experience….

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