An old electric light station building is a perfect stage for this light infused loft. Luxe against rough, walls of books, tribal meets texture, industrial softened with fine fabrics, soaring ceilings and that light, that beautiful light. I have serious work place eny. The design studio of Thomas Hamel and Associates in Redfern, Sydney. Sigh.
This cold I have is knocking me on my ass, especially now that I am into the drippy nose/sinus ache stage so before I head back to bed I will simply leave you with this fantastic home I found on CITIZENS OF THE WORLD. It is that of Vicki Lee, artist and founder of a beautifully curated homewares shop TheTwentyTwo, and it reminds me how much I would love to live in a climate where one can easily enjoy the outdoors with lots of large windows and sliding doors. (photos by Dominic Loneragan)
It's that time of the week. Time to stalk the leftovers, the ones that didn't make the cut. Call me particular, finicky, choosy and hard to please. Not quite right, bad photos, I need more photos please, house is amazing furniture is deplorable or even fab furniture shabby shell. Can't quite put my finger on it listings with something that has me nodding "yes". This week's finds include a radical reno that reveals nothing from the facade, a warehouse space with a decidedly un-warehouse decor, a garage that became a house and the usual tag team of terrace houses. Click on the images to head to the listings. All via realestate.com.au.
Happy Friday folks! It is going to be a sunshine-filled, HOT weekend here in Ottawa so despite having a bad sore throat, I plan on enjoying it (tomorrow is the Etsy: Made in Canada show, then dinner at Café My House, and my niece's first birthday party Sunday). I leave you with some interior eye candy care of New York photographer Miki Duisterhof (featured eons ago here).