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Friday
Jan202012

New from Mim

Clean lined and modern. Fresh and young. Stylish but not precious. Wonderful new Australian homes by Mim Design. One a light and bright family home. The other a more brooding and sophisticated space. Sexy. Definitely not stuffy. (I'm seriously enamoured of the second bathroom. Elegant and serene.)

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Thursday
Jan192012

I want to work here!!!

Can you imagine going to work every day and in between tasks being able to get a tattoo, get in some target practice at a shooting range, hang out in a tree house, slide down a fireman's pole, have a milkshake snack at a canteen...all without leaving the office?!?! Yes, that is the insane workplace of Missing Link, corporate presentation designers based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Makes my drab, mismatched office with busted, dirty chairs (and everyone thinks the federal government wastes money - not on furniture they don't!) look even worse. We can't even get coffee without having to trudge across the street in snow... (more details via VISI)

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Thursday
Jan192012

Penny Hay

This is one of those times where the photos really do speak for themselves. Enjoy some lovely eye candy via Penny Hay Interior Architecture.

 

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Thursday
Jan192012

Oh my!

Gorgeous shot by Nick Carter of a gorgeous table top. Oh my! Adds a whole other level to graffiti.

Thursday
Jan192012

Not so shabby

English shabby boho that is. I found these photos on the site of talented British photographer Tom Scott and I was intrigued. English boho versus Scandi boho. White walls, white floors, mirrors and aged wood, distressed leather and the obligatory, seemingly careless drape of a dress. What is the difference between shabby and Scandi boho? Less midcentury and more Laura Ashley? Cute as a button shots of this Kent house though by Scott. Can you call a photo adorable? As in "pinch its cheek" adorable?

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