Wednesday
Feb072018

A ranch-inspired home in the Ukraine

Husband and wife team Sergiy and Anna, from Kiev, Ukraine, are long-time readers of our blog and started their own blog called Pufik about 7 years ago. They recently completed their first interior design project, an absolutely stunning ranch-style house in Kiev with inspiration from American brand Restoration Hardware. The earth tones and black accents are really on point and beautiful with the wood details in the home. Outstanding job Sergiy and Anna!

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Wednesday
Feb072018

Queen of colour

Kim has sung the praises of Géraldine Prieur of Rouge Absolu before and I just had to share a few more of her intense colour schemes. Brave, bold and brilliant. (If you check Kim's post you'll notice that the first pink room was once eau de nil and purple. I'm torn but I think I like this pink version better.)

Wednesday
Feb072018

The Study

Can you imagine how what design magic is being conjured up in this fabulous space in Berlin? It’s the workshop, showroom, office and home of Quiet Studios and I'm in love. I wish my creative space was as inspiring.

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Tuesday
Feb062018

Welcome to Dennis Severs' house 

Jo featured this home quite some time ago but as it is one of the most magical homes I have ever seen I wanted to share it again, with more breathtaking photos. Welcome to Dennis Severs' house.

Dennis Severs’ House at 18 Folgate Street, Spitalfields is more than just a time capsule. It is both a breathtaking and an intimate portrait of the lives of a family of Huguenot silk-weavers from 1724 to the dawn of the 20th Century. As you follow their fortunes through the generations, the sights, smells and sounds of the house take you into their lives. It was Dennis Severs’ intention that as you enter his house it is as if you have passed through the surface of a painting, exploring with your senses and imagination a meticulously crafted 18th Century world.

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Tuesday
Feb062018

Crushing

It's just a hallway I hear you say. It's just a staircase. Yet I'm crushing heavily on these normally neglected areas. In the hands of Moscow-based Malyeva Interiors the monochromatic spaces are crisp, refined, divine. Such timeless beauty.