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Friday
Jun012012

Charles de Lisle, again 

It's been almost 2 years since I blogged (here and here) the fantastic interiors of designer Charles De Lisle, and because I am a big fan, I thought it was about time I sing his praises once again. I love the eclectic decor of this San Francisco home. And I am totally smitten with the tiles in the kitchen. 

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Friday
Jun012012

Crazy busy week is finished post

Where did that come from? Why have I felt like I have been chasing my tail all week? Was I really up before 4.00 am every morning? Is anyone else happy that this crazy busy week is over? It's fast approaching beer o'clock in my part of the world or in my case wine o'clock. (I said wine o'clock not whine o'clock!) Apologies if you are sick of my real estate stalking posts this week but it is how it rolled. I spent a lot of time avoiding deadlines online checking out houses I can't afford or really need. Hey someone has to do it! Have a wonderful weekend everyone. I know I will :) Link for this North Carlton, Melbourne Boom-era meets modern house here while it lasts.

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Thursday
May312012

LOVE!!

There's something about the combination of black, white, wood, bare bulbs, vintage portraits in gilt frames that does it for me every time. (Similar post here. And STILL kicking myself for not having bought this.) 

via Brent Darby (previously blogged here)

Thursday
May312012

Nyla Free Designs

I'm stoked to have finally stumbled upon the portfolio of Calgary interior designer Nyla Free. I love featuring Canadians with talent. And Nyla has oodles of it. I am smitten with her portfolio. Lasting designs that are packed with beautiful textures and colours with the perfect amount of pizzazz. The bedroom above? Absolute PERFECTION. 

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Thursday
May312012

Little loft stalking

Found this cute little warehouse apartment in Camperdown in Sydney. One bedroom with warm wood tones, a great wall of glass, exposed timber beams and an all weather balcony. Sliding doors hide the kitchen and a 3/4 wall allows light and ventilation into the bedroom at the back. Small but stylin'. Link here while it lasts.