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Friday
Oct072016

Nautical vibes with Matthew Caughy

Shades of blue, grey and white, sisal rugs, plants, bamboo, sailboats...something tells me New York City interior designer Matthew Caughy is inspired by all things beachy and nautical. This combination of elements makes for such soothing, timeless and casual spaces. Add in a vignette of vases filled with glorious white hydrangeas and I am smitten. 

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Friday
Oct072016

Through the back door

I don't know what I like better, the view through the back door or the kitchen itself. Doesn't matter. It's a definite case of kitchen love. By Sydney-based interior architect Sally Rhys-Jones.

Friday
Oct072016

Echoes of Old Hollywood

I have had a long love affair with the Spanish Revival style. I think it has to do with the Old Hollywood glamour that I associate with these distinctive houses. Brown Design Group's renovation of 1920s Inverness is beautifully sympathetic but still with more than a nod to contemporary tastes. A perfect marriage between the heavy oak pieces of the era and modern overstuffed linen and leather sofas and statement modern art pieces. Still it's always the wrought iron work, the terracotta and the intricate ceilings that get me as well as the pool side entertaining. Speaking of ceilings what about that original tiled ceiling in the kitchen!

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Thursday
Oct062016

Lexi Westergard Design

Clean, bright, fresh, with a touch of elegance and an unquestionable level of comfort I think we all strive for in our homes. Arizona-based interior designer Lexi Westergard clearly enjoys dabbling with pattern and textures, and colour in just the right amount, with furniture in a variety of styles. Loving these spaces from several projects she has worked on.  

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Thursday
Oct062016

Nooks and crannies

"... a series of elegant, open plan and light filled spaces conceived as a series of nooks from the scale of a room down to the home for a favourite bowl."

I love the kitchen in this extension of a Victorian-era terrace house. MDF, cast concrete, cement tiles, stainless steel and birch faced plywood create a modern, practical and stylsih kitchen. Best part? That bench seat and window looking out to the garden. Nook House by London-based Mustard Architects.