The Selby

I felt that I wanted to feature one of my all time favourite websites today, just in case some of you haven’t discovered this treasure of the internet yet!

The Selby, run by photographer and all around whiz kid Todd Selby, showcases photos of the homes and personal spaces of various creative individuals – from fashion designers to artists, illustrators, chefs, actors, writers and many more.
I absolutely love being able to see into the lives of these amazing people, and I’m constantly green with envy over their beautifully individualised houses and apartments.

Looking for decorating inspiration? This website is paradise.

Below areĀ  random sampling of some photos I’ve loved, (I’ve chosen ones with people in them here, but about 80% of the photos for each shoot are just AMAZING interior decoration eyefood, totally worth spending a few hours trawling through the website’s archive!)

Artists Peter Curnow and Gavin Brown, Melbourne:

Interior designer Abigail Ahern, London:

Vintage store owner Charlotte Rust, Auckland:

Fashion designer Anthony Malat and photographer Jamie Isaia, Brooklyn:

Creative director Herve Pierre, New York:

Hairdresser/ artist Gerald de Cock, New York:

Fashion designer Cindy Greene, New York:

Artist Ryder Robinson, New York:

Entrepreneur Cindy Gallup, New York:

Artist Annakim Violette, Los Angeles:

Artist Fergus and designer Caroline Smithson, London:

Costume designer Daniela Kamiloitis, New York:

Fashion store owner Baby Mary, Tokyo:

Artist Hunt Slonem, New York:

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3 Responses to The Selby

  1. niko dema says:

    i would like to see the living room of abigail ahen at london.

  2. susannehaun says:

    I like your collection, we can see the persenallity of the artist in them.
    Greetings from Susanne from Berlin, Germany

  3. dressupforme says:

    Amazing collectioN! That’s exactly what I call a place to live – a place filled with whatever you desire to make it feel liek home and not like a 4×5 stone block where you live. awesome photos. I woudl liek to spend a day with each one of these people. Amaizing!

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