A Very White Site:

The palette is so soothing, the perfect place to come home to after a hard day at work. It’s pleasing to the eye and comfortable yet still very modern.

A bit too sterile I think, but nonetheless it’s worth a post on the whole.

Original source: Desire to Inspire.

Surreal Simplicity:

The Lords’ beach-yellow and white theme is accented by gorgeous pops of blue throughout the hotel. It all feels so crisp, colorful and energetic, which is the feeling I always associate with Miami.

Original source: Design Sponge.

Surreal Simplicity:

The Lords’ beach-yellow and white theme is accented by gorgeous pops of blue throughout the hotel. It all feels so crisp, colorful and energetic, which is the feeling I always associate with Miami.

Original source: Design Sponge.

Chelsea Hing:
An interior design by Chelsea Hing. Personally it isn’t to my taste, but I’m sure many of you will like it.
Original source: Desire to Inspire.

Chelsea Hing:

An interior design by Chelsea Hing. Personally it isn’t to my taste, but I’m sure many of you will like it.

Original source: Desire to Inspire.

Double Desk:

A side for reading/writing and a side for computer work - a nice way to set up a workspace. Those chairs are also interesting, I would love to know their name/designer.

Update: Thanks go to Tommy and  Gorodish for letting me know that the chairs were designed by Konstantin Grcic and are called ‘Chair One’.

Original source: Söderberg Agentur.

A Fitting End:

Originally posted 28th September, 2011. 

This is the last entry from the Vault - I’ve reached the end of the archive from before Simple Desks was relaunched. Coincidentally it also happens to be Pat Dryburgh’s desk, who managed the site before me. I think that’s a nice end point, and I hope you like it. There are more details and images here.

The last entry in the Vault series, a collection of some of the best posts from the previous iteration of Simple Desks.