Wednesday
Nov232016

Mid-century + boho + glam

I am not sure how Los Angeles based interior designer Bryan Wark managed to mix mid-century and boho and glam elements together to create such an awesome vibe but he did and I LOVE it. This home is stunning and OMG look at all those massive windows! It's so bright and easy on the eye yet has some fabulous statement pieces for some BLAM.  

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Wednesday
Nov232016

An Australian beachside luxe family home

Just because it's a family home doesn't mean you can't have those extra touches, the luxe finishes, the custom cabinetry, the well considered design. Sydney- based multi-disciplinary design studio The Designory gets it just right with this Bronte house. Love the open plan living, the fabulous kitchen, the rumpus room opening to the garden but most of all it's about the details for me. Did you notice the shoe storage under the custom wardrobes?

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Tuesday
Nov222016

The prettiest hexagon backspash

This is SO PRETTY! Hexagon backsplash by Finnish ceramic artist Heini Riitahuhta. Via Gloria

Tuesday
Nov222016

Pastel glam

I can't stop staring at these photos!!! Pastel colour palette, OTT brass lighting, leopard print, photographic art, marble, graphic cement tile, faux fur, pink carpet...this is all of my favourite things packed into one apartment and it is SO GORGEOUS!! The Barrio Salamanca apartment in Madrid by Blossom Studio. (Photos: Montse Garriga)

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Tuesday
Nov222016

Stalking leftovers

OK I admit I'm choosy and hard to please. I've been stalking leftovers. You know. Those listings that are not quite right, have bad photos or I need more photos please! House is amazing, furniture is deplorable. Can't quite put my finger on it listings with something that has me nodding "yes". This week's finds include a house in the country, an eccentric but creative home and a couple of homes that I really shouldn't label "leftover". Click on the images to head to the listings. All via realestate.com.au.

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