photo: Beatriz da Costa

After photographer Beatrice da Costa sent us her virtual flowers in an email, we went poking around her website. There we found a trove of images of interiors, each, though uncaptioned and mysterious, holding some cool and inspiring idea, like the extraordinary choice of wall colors, above.

We are smitten with this corrugated tin ceiling…

indoor corrugated tin ceiling
photo: beatriz da costa

…and the strange, austere geometry of this very rouge room:

photo: beatriz da costa

We were reminded of the usefulness of ledges (easy to build out of sheetrock)…

still life on ledge
photo: beatriz da costa

and wished we knew the story behind this orange room, or is it artwork?

orange room with object
photo: beatriz da costa

We found ourselves wishing we could have tea in this cozy place…

photo: beatriz da costa

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