New York artist Alan Reid is responsible for these lovely works, rendered in color pencil and sketched in a way that reminds me of sultry turn-of-the-century silent movie stars. The artist, who is well known for his gauzy portraits of bored heiresses and withdrawn debutantes, is inspired by everything from J. Crew catalogues to post-punk music of the late 1970's. Head here to see more of his work.
This Spanish-style, Los Angeles-based home manages to strike the perfect balance between feminine and masculine, comfort and style. Interior designer Sally Breer, of Co-Mingle, was hired to find pieces that the owners would love, and subsequently grow with over time. The result is a well edited collection of pieces that seems interesting yet unfussy in owners' low-maintenace space.