Monday, June 14, 2010

I Only Read Fashion Magazines for the Furniture

Even though I prefer to spend my money on design magazines, every now and then a fashion cover catches my eye, as was the case with this March 2010 Tatler. While I must admit I do love the Dolce & Gabbana dress, my eye was drawn to the subtle way it complements the chintzy cushions:


And I love the way this button back chair sets off the Moschino dress:


And this rug has just the right amount of faded grace as a background to this gorgeous Roberto Cavalli dress:


This is my favourite. Who would have thought blue plates on a dresser could look so up to date. (Dior dress very lovely too of course):


While I'm not denying the appeal of Amber's endless legs, it's the yummy chair that captured my attention:



Top Image from Vogue.com website
Other images from Fashionising.com

I must admit that I was also quite interested in the clothes after all.

Who knows, if they keep making furniture look so good, Tatler could join the ranks of my regular design magazines.

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Holly Goes Lightly said...

wow, how scary is that. me too. i think it's a sickness. but Tatler does show some good stuff in their spreads...

Leigha said...

Gorgeous (backgrounds...smile). I feel the same way about movies. I like to call it an 'occupational hazard' to being an interior designer.
I find some of the best interior inspiration shots in Vogue and In Style.

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