My goodness – how about that window. Yes! Lara Stone & Frida Gustavsson photographed by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue US July 2011.

So dreamy and so beautiful. Not to mention THAT chevron floor. Ilse de Boer by Bruno Dayan for Tatler Russia, May 2011.


How about a bit of dominatrix action? Hmmm… Someone’s going to get spanked here. Except, this post is ALL about interiors, so focus please! Claudia Schiffer by Miles Aldridge for Vogue Germany, August 2011.

Arizona Muse for Dazed & Confused magazine, March 2011. Photos by Benjamin Alexander Huseby.

Amazing space. Ana Zalewska & Karolin Machova for Elle Turkey, photographed by Senol Altun.


A woman after my own heart – carving a WHOLE LEG OF HAM!! Woohoo!! I doubt that she is going to eat any of it thought. Anyway, I’m still very impressed. And kinda hungry.

Ashley Smith is making me want to get a motorbike. To park next to a f*ck-off fireplace in my ancient castle somewhere in Europe, of course.

That nanna carpet is just too good! And I love the side table lamp/ combo. Hailey Clauson by Greg Kadel for Numéro #123.

Uber cool – Anja Rubik by  for V #72. 

Keira Knightley for Vogue Italia, January 2011. Photography by Ellen von Unwerth.

Fantastic mosaic floor. Carmen Kass photographed by Miles Aldridge for Vogue Italia, March 2011.

Elisa Sednaoui. I’m sorry, but I am not sure of the photographer.

Miaoooow! Ruby Aldridge photographed by Norbet Schoerner for Harper’s Bazaar UK, February 2011.

Man, I really love velvet upholstered sofas you know. Masha & Gabrielle, photographed by Max Abadian for Dress to Kill.

Check out those shoes – wow! I mean, how amazing is the wall panelling. Sorry, getting distracted by the shoes. Anna Selezneva for Vogue Russia, June 2011. Photography by Mariano Vivanco.

This is extraordinary. Although, I must ask – what are they wearing? Seriously. It’s bizarre, yet I love it so much. ‘Wasted Luxury’ by Steven Meisel for  March 2011. Check out the behind the scenes video .


Ok. So do you remember that about Fashion Photography and Amazing Interiors (8 month to be exact). Yes, well… I really loved that post, as did you guys (according to the people who commented and/ or e-maild me about it) so I decided to do another round. What can I say, I can’t stop collecting images. It’s a real problem!

Anyway, even if you aren’t one of the people who vocally acknowledged that they loved the  post, you cannot possibly complain about this second series. Why? Because, not only do you get to enjoy stunning interiors, the ladies also get to feast their eyes on brilliant clothes and shoes, while the boys get to perve on mega hot babes. Everyone’s a winner on baby!

And if you behave yourselves I might just continue with this series. But only if you are really, really good. Now go eat your dinner. Or something.

x dana

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Dana Tomić Hughes
Founder & Editor

Dana is an award-winning interior designer living in Sydney, Australia. With an unhealthy passion for design, Dana commits to an abnormal amount of daily design research. Regular travel and attendance at premier design events, enables Dana to stay at the forefront of the design world globally. While she is super serious about design, Dana never takes herself - nor design - too seriously. Together with her life and business partner, Dana is Boss Lady at Studio Yellowtrace, specialising in Design Strategy, Creative Direction and Special Projects. The studio takes a highly conceptual and holistic approach to translating brands & ideas into places & experiences.

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    FYI, that whole leg of ham is cured Iberian ham, which is eaten slice by slice and is super expensive and a delicacy in Spain. It’s even in a special Iberian ham holder.

    Also, great shots!

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    well i stumbled upon this website with this super awesome house in the desert and it is actually filled with sand, tim walker did a fashion photoshoot there, you can find it on his website!!! AMAZEBALLS


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