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Thursday
Aug192010

My new, old house

Want to see a sneak peek at my new house? Just go to my page for the first of many posts to come. So much work to do but I am so excited!

Thursday
Aug192010

Slacking off

I am trying to get some posts done to publish at the end of the week while I'm still on holidays, so I thought I'd slack off a bit and just use this post to showcase more photos from one of my favourite websites (particularly for small space solutions) Du côté de chez vous.

  
  
  
  

Thursday
Aug192010

Dragging my feet stalking

I'm exhausted. Exhausted but excited! But first things first. Isn't this the cutest sandstone cottage? A mix of traditional 1880 house and contemporary refurbishment. I'm stalking in Paddington in Sydney so no need to ask the price because 99.998% of us won't be able to afford it! Still we can dream. (Link here while it lasts.)

And the reason for my excitement? We signed on a house today! 1860 brick and cedar two storey house with original brick separate kitchen. Four fireplaces, well two in the main rooms, one in the kitchen with a wood burning stove and a tiny one in the tiny stables at the back. I have dozens of photos. Let's call them the befores as there is lots of work to do but I still have to upload them and I'm exhausted, physically and emotionally. In a good way of course. I'll let you know when I have the photos done. I'll even bore you with them on my page. Need a scotch and to put my feet up. Enjoy this house instead because at the moment mine is no where near as grand :)

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Wednesday
Aug182010

SemelSnow

I recently came across the website for interior design firm SemelSnow, based in Chicago and run by Arlene Semel and Brian Snow. Their look is seemingly contemporary but a second glance reveals some global and modern influences which counterbalance each other very well.

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Wednesday
Aug182010

Les Interieurs

Pamela Makin has read my mind. How else would she know what I'd like in my beachside home? Hang that. How else would she know what I'd like in my home fullstop? The tribal artifacts, the smooth concrete floors, large striking artwork, views forever and natural textures including beautiful aged timbers teamed with cottons and linens. Les Interieurs is both Pamela's interior design service and her Palm Beach, NSW store filled with one off pieces sourced from Africa, Thailand, Cambodia and India. Stunning interiors to match the breathtaking views. Sigh. So much more after the jump!

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