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Thursday
Dec082016

Casual + rustic + modern by Eric Olsen

I love everything about this California house designed by architect/designer Eric Olsen. There's the understated dark exterior, the semi-dark-painted kitchen with awesome upper display shelving, the wood stack in the dining room and modern mismatched chairs, the creative paint job in the bedroom, the tile in the bathrooms and the backyard oasis. Dreamy!!!

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Thursday
Dec082016

A labour of love

Originally two keepers cottages this West Sussex flint house was extended and remodelled but not into a modern McMansion. No. Something just a little more special was achieved. Newly constructed rooms were given character and warmth with the extensive use of reclaimed oak and elm timbers and old York stone slabs. A modern glass link almost disappears while allowing light to flood into this quintessentially English home. Even the "new" oak beams were hollowed out to hide modern services. Truly a labour of love. Eckensfield by Caroline Holdaway Design.

Wednesday
Dec072016

A funky Brooklyn brownstone

I remember seeing this home quite some time ago and being completely smitten. I stumbled upon it again recently and was shocked that we hadn't featured it yet. After all of this time I still wish I had the balls to graffiti something in my home. Brooklyn brownstone with funk by Kelly Behun.

Wednesday
Dec072016

Swiss Place by Jen Langston

A really good kitchen really makes a home. And that is why I am starting off this post with the kitchen. It is DIVINE. From the flooring (matte black painted wood?) and the amazing stove to those freaking windows!! I DIE FOR THOSE WINDOWS!!! This home is such a lovely blend of styles - a bit industrial, classic, vintage, European, masculine...it all works so well together. I frankly would do anything for that kitchen and bathroom XOXO. By Jen Langston Interiors

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Wednesday
Dec072016

Hump day getaway

It's Wednesday, hump day, the working week half done but still the promise of the weekend is just out of reach. If we can't escape our everyday humdrum then perhaps we can take a virtual getaway to a slice of South African heaven. From its luxury bedrooms and spa-like bathrooms, to its rooftop jacuzzi and an infinity pool overlooking the African bush, to the quirky hippo skeleton hanging above the dining table, the Leobo Private Reserve lodge hits every fantasy getaway note. It even has its own observatory. Via Luxe Houses.

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