These are a few of my favourite things

Posted on Sat, 29 Dec 2012 by midcenturyjo

Homes that have inspired me this year….

this post via YLAB arquitectos, Jordi Canosa and Daniela Cavestany

this post via Malatesta, architect MGARK and interior stylist Civico Quattro

this post via stylist Justin Bishop

this post via Joséphine Gintzburger

this post via Jessica Helgerson and Lincoln Barbour

this post via strangetrader and bryon view farm

this post via architects Jackson Clement Burrows

this post via Les Interieurs

this post via Joséphine Gintzburger

this post via Airspace Locations

nobleva says:

I must say that the white kitchen with the wooden wall is simply stunning. I saw it when you posted it first and simply cannot forget. Loving the title of your post – hearing the music – just watched the movie a couple of days ago 🙂 All the best in 2013, keep inspiring!

Ursula says:

BEAUTIFUL STYLE – LIKE, LIKE, LIKE – HAPPY NEW YEAR AND I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO LOTS OF BEAUTIFUL INSPIRATIONS FROM DESIRETOINSPIRE – LOVE URSULA

These are such stunning photos. The last via Airspace Locations is to die for. Thanks for sharing.

lily says:

Not that it's important–but the last two were my favourite, too!

m says:

Oh good heavens how relieved I was to find out as leafing through your blog not all of it is ruined by this useless "continue reading in another page". It really, completely and almost fatally destroys the great joy of this site. I've been meaning to go through the blog for quite some time now, over a year at least, but just couldn't bring myself to waste so much of my precious life in cursing that hateable feature. Please please please return to the simple and working way of showing the whole post at once. Please.

Inspirational post, found a few I really love and filed under cabin inspiration!!(got to love evernote, saves with link attached!!)
Have a wonderful New Years!!
xx
callie

lily says:

m, you could simply use the "open link in new tab" feature on your computer to view posts.

m says:

Lily – If it doesn't make the page run smoothly with all the posts fully visible on a single page (one tab) then there's no improvement. I already do open the posts that seem most interesting in a new tab and propably miss some great photos on the ones that don't make the cut. If I had to go back and forth within one tab I never would read pages like this. I have never met a site worth that much extra trouble.

claudia says:

I am really happy and proud thanks to this post!!
Claudia
Malatesta maison de charme

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