Tuesday, June 21, 2011


At the beginning I wanted to participate in Cookware by CSN competition in mydeco.com. But since I missed the deadline, so I combined it with other B/W thingy to make it more vibrant.

Silver Leaf Pair Table lamp Set
Tempo Bouquet Fabric Tub Armchair
Opulence Mosaic Wall Mirror with Silver Black Frame
Zebrini Cream and Black Cushion
London Clock Company Photo Frame and Clock
valadier graphite cushion
Creative Tops Victoria and Albert Museum Brocade Cup and Saucer Set
London City Cushion
Lexington - Holiday Scented Candle - Blue - Large
Pallade 17167 Wallpaper in Black and White
Creative Tops Victoria and Albert Museum Brocade Teapot
Creative Tops Victoria and Albert Museum Brocade Luxury Tablemat (Set of 6)
V and A Pomegranate Black and White Decor
Creative Tops Victoria and Albert Museum Brocade Conical Mug
Creative Tops Victoria and Albert Museum Brocade Dinner Plate
Creative Tops Victoria and Albert Museum Brocade Sandwich Tray

courtesy of mydeco

LONDON OLYMPIC 2012 is calling

This moodboard I made in order to participate in London Unveils Olympic Torch design competition. Inspired by of course the Olympic Torch itself, London landmark, and other London thingy.

Art Rouge Portobello London Picture with Black Frame
London Sky Silhouette Rug
Set of 4 London Union Jack Storage Trunks Vintage Style
London Eye Cushion
London Clock Company Station Style Mirror Wall ClocK
London Olympics 2012 'Queen's Guard' Single Duvet Cover & Pillowcase
River Series - London Eye Plate
London Transport Bookend
Multi coloured London bridge cushion
Red London bus cushion
John Lewis London Teapot
London 2012 Union Jack Brights Teapot
I Love London...Tea Towels
London 2012 Union Jack Brights Bowl Burgundy
London 2012 Union Jack Brights Bowl Blue
London 2012 Union Jack Brights Mug Blue

Saturday, June 11, 2011


Batik never die. I got my inspiration from a respected Indonesian fashion designer who committed to Batik exploration, Edward Hutabarat for his collection Part One. Edward who also known as Edo have successfully rejuvenated batik into young, fresh and vibrant feel. Then I get inspiration from Dreamesh and Katherine Rally batik collection to decorate home.
courtesy of mydeco batik 1 and mydeco batik 2

Friday, June 10, 2011


Summer is here. Embrace it. Enjoy it while you can. Guess this year's summer is not as wet as last year where rain kept pouring down. Hopefully this moodboard will inspire you to redecorate your home and give the vibrant of life.

Johnny Egg Flocked Chandelier
Vitra DAR Armchair by Charles & Ray Eames 
Heal's Traditional Deck Chair Logo Stripe 
Heal's H Logo Traditional Deck Chair 
Bodum Knife Storage Block 
Heal's Rectangular Silk Douppion Cushion Range
Tampere Tea Light Holder Range
Pantone Mugs by Whitbread Wilkinson
 Portmeirion Crazy Daisy Dinnerware
Felt Round Placemats And Coasters

courtesy of mydeco

Qlocktwo Clock Range
Riedel Ravello Red 5 Arm Crystal Candelabra
Red Mount Fuji Caddy
Magis Poppins Umbrella Stand Red
Alana Red Glass Table Lamp
Nitin Goyal Origami Red & Pink Cushions Range
Heal's Silk Sunset Drum Lampshade
LSA Odile Red Glass Vase
Heal's Douppion Silk Red Cushion Range
Orla Kiely Abacus Red Storage Jar Range
Classic Orange Storage Boxes
Red Glass Photo Frame Range
Rainbow Bathroom Accessories Red


I heart this magenta block. It's warm and add some glam too. The interior style looks like British Manor, but in a modern feel. Classic and rich.

courtesy of Luxury Culture

Monday, June 6, 2011


Recently a friend, Ririn, had posted her wedding pics. I was impressed by the atmosphere in her wedding party. So I asked her permission to post her pics in my blog. Hopefully you can enjoy and get inspiration from her wedding decoration.

courtesy of Ririn

Saturday, June 4, 2011


When I was invited to meet Anggun, I was pretty amazed by the interior of Mandarin Oriental Hotel. First is it's lobby. It's not as extravagant as other hotels' lobby. But what I found great for me it's small but it's warm. Simple but luxurious. Check it out.

MO Bar

Lobby of Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Jakarta

courtesy of Luxury Culture


Tenun Ikat or known as Ikat have been an inpiring for some Indonesian fashion designers like Poppy Dharsono and Stephanus Hamy. Looking at their beautiful designs I am inspired to do some moodboard with Ikat interpretation. It's so exciting doing some online research for applying Ikat for interior. Here are my Ikat moodboards.

There are no limits to ways of applying Ikat beautiful fabrics as they come in various patterns and colors. Ikat fabric always adds an elegant, cheerful touch to a design or suggests far away travels, and it creates a beautiful focal point in any room. The beauty of Ikat is that it takes on a life of it’s own. No other colors can be used in the space, and when an Ikat pattern is introduced, the room completely changes.  It creates a striking space! Framing gorgeous scarves or fabrics, can be a great way to introduce color and interest to a room. Ikat can be used in small doses, and still make an impact. A little goes a long way! Amongst simple fabrics, Ikat fabrics can be quite the accent piece.  

Friday, June 3, 2011


Forget about iPad and Galaxy, here comes the most stylish tablet ALESSITAB design by Stefano Giovannoni

AlessiTab is the new interactive multimedia tablet developed by the partnership between Alessi and Promelit and exclusively designed by Stefano Giovannoni. The AlessiTab which stands for “tablet”, literally “slab” or “small table”, has a 10.1” HD touchscreen, with graphics also designed by Giovannoni, and forms part of a versatile design that enables it to be used in various positions thanks to a gravitational sensor which rotates images 180°. Based on Google’s new open source Android operating system, AlessiTab is designed as a simple, intelligent and versatile domestic tool to be easily used by everyone. The whole family will find applications to interest them, housewives, cinema and music lovers, and who love cooking, as well as both Internet fanatics and those who are less familiar with technology. Thanks to the Android open source OS, AlessiTab can be continually updated and enriched with new functions. Thanks to its Wi-Fi connection and video keyboard, AlessiTab users can surf the net, manage their emails, send voice messages and perform video chats. It is also configured to receive digital terrestrial TV, web TV and web radio. Personal files can be reproduced in high definition through the USB and SD ports.

Stefano Giovannoni studied architecture at Florence University until 1978. From 1979 he taught there, as well as at the Domus Academy in Milan and the Universit√† del Progetto in Reggio Emilia. Stefano Giovannoni is an industrial designer, interior decorator, and architect. 
In the 1980s Stefano Giovannoni and Guido Venturini founded the King-Kong studio. They collaborated on the extremely successful "Girotondo" line for Alessi, which includes numerous household appliances and utilitarian objects made of metal and plastic and featuring the distinctive cut-out stick-man pictogram.
In the 1990s Stefano Giovannoni created numerous original designs and such Alessi classics as the "Fruit Mama" (1993) fruit bowl, the "Merdolina" (1993) toilet brush, and the "Lilliput" (1993) salt and peppers. 
In 1995 Stefano Giovannoni designed "Mary Biscuit", a cookie jar of garishly colored plastic with an outsize cookie on the lid. This creation was followed up in 1998 by the "Ship Shape" butter dish, and, in 2000, by the "Cico" egg cup. In 2003 Stefano Giovannoni ddesigned the "Mami" line of cookware, tableware, and kitchen cutlery. Stefano Giovannoni also works for a host of other firms, including Magis, Flos, Fiat, Seiko, Siemens, Henkel, Lavazza, and Helit.

courtesy of ALESSITAB & Art Directory

Wednesday, June 1, 2011


From the runway of Ralph Lauren Spring Summer 2011 I made the moodboard for your home decoration based on Ralph Lauren Home Collection and Lauren's car collection. Check this out!