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Tuesday
Dec152015

A more subdued home in London

Here is another home decorated by the super talented team of Bunny Turner and Emma Pocock of Turner Pocock. A bit more subdued and classy than the last home, this one is quite the looker! I love the unexpectedness of the tulip chairs in the dining room and that little banquette dining area next to the kitchen island is genius. I bet it's a favourite homework spot for the kids. 

Tuesday
Dec152015

A bold London home

Lessons in modernizing a Victorian home. Paint some moldings black. Add graphic elements in rugs, sofas and wallpaper. If the kitchen isn't working for you, create a new one. Include some vintage bits and bobs and there you have it! By Turner Pocock Interior Design.

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Tuesday
Dec152015

Up and over

Open plan living united by a line of timber highlighting the fireplace and rising up and over the dining room and kitchen. Warming a white, open space, adding texture, defining spaces, grounding and balancing. Renovations by Sydney-based Quattro Interiors.

Tuesday
Dec152015

Modern Hamptons

Behind the shingles is this a typical Hamptons holiday home? Not quite. New York-based Axis Mundi's interiors for this Sagaponack shingle cottage, designed by architect Blaze Makoid, eschew the linen, wicker and crayfish pot cliché, instead embracing a modern beach house, sleek, clean lined, bright and sunny just like the days spent by the ocean. A modern perspective.

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Monday
Dec142015

A villa by Sandra Benhamou

Last month I shared a Paris apartment by designer Sandra Benhamou. I thought I would share another because she is the queen of quirky and I love unexpected decor. And after seeing this villa I may now also call her the queen of wallpaper (there's at least 8). 

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