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Tuesday
Sep272016

A drop-dead gorgeous location home

What can I say about this drop-dead gorgeous location home from 1st Option other than it's scrumptious from end to end, top to bottom, inside and out. Every wall colour used is spot on, the kitchen is so spacious and THAT ISLAND!, and I really have no words for that bedroom, ensuite and walk-in closet. UN. REAL. 

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Tuesday
Sep272016

Potts Point Apartment

I love Potts Point. I think it's my favourite Sydney suburb. Full of history, close to the action and with that frisson of seediness meets money. The perfect base for exploring the harbour city. Now if I could just organise a few days away instead of daydreaming in front of my computer screen I might just have to stay in this fabulous apartment available through Contemporary Hotels. A stylish marriage of old and new.

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Monday
Sep262016

A masculine apartment in Berlin

I mentioned in this post last week that I am pretty much head over heals for interior designer Hubert Zandberg. There is no stopping his incredible talent, so here is another one of his latest projects. It is a masculine, earth-toned apartment in Mitte, Berlin and everything is so sooooooooooo good. 

Monday
Sep262016

Monday's pets on furniture

If you would like to participate in the Monday's pets on furniture series please send photos, your name, location and a brief description to kim[@]desiretoinspire[.]net, or hashtag your photos #DTIpetsonfurniture. Thanks!



Claiming territory

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Cover girl

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The most handsome guy in the world; I'll hear no retorts, thank you

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we are all on the couch together!!! #dogsofinstagram #catsofinstagram #alisonthedog #ashthecat #dtipetsonfurniture

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Monday
Sep262016

A designer's home

I love to see how designers live, how they interpret their design manifesto in their personal spaces. Atlanta-based Jayme Armour has filled her small bungalow with colour, pattern and texture, layer upon layer creating a dramatic yet comfortable cocoon. Personality and playfulness aplenty with bold colours and a mix of high end and found. Yet with all this exuberance the rooms are balanced and considered.

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