Rove Concepts
Tuesday
Jul112017

South Yarra Residence

"A space that is unexpected and asymmetrically balanced using an installation of beautiful objects, the South Yarra Residence maximises every aspect. From the moment you step inside this considered home, a stone ledge and polished plaster niche immediately welcomes you. Curved walls complement the asymmetric nature of the apartment and open up the dining area to create a feeling of space."

Slick and sophisticated, considered simplicity, understated yet luxurious. South Yarra Residence by We are Huntly.

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Monday
Jul102017

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[at]desiretoinspire[dot]net, or hashtag your photos on Instagram with #DTIpetsonfurniture. Thanks!






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Monday
Jul102017

Classic yellow

South African design firm Jacket Interiors "marries comfort and functionality with beauty and style in contemporary designs born out of timelessly classic tastes." A definite flair and restrained elegance, carefully collected and curated, simple, liveable luxury. But perhaps it is the hero of the design, the bold choice of yellow as the statement colour that makes the house so memorable.

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Monday
Jul102017

Stalking in London

Whoa! Real estate in Sydney may be expensive but London prices are stratospheric. OK I admit this 3 bedroom loft apartment is in the Westbourne Terrace area of London but £2,850,000? Ouch! My sympathy goes out to all who must live in the British capital. Thank goodness I'm only virtually stalking and not actually looking for a place to call home. Love the quirky personality of this apartment. The art, the odds and ends. The bathrooms are cool and the glass floor scary. Link here while it lasts. Via Domus Nova.

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Sunday
Jul092017

Bold colours and patterns in a designer's apartment in Moscow

I had to share this bold apartment in Moscow I found yesterday on The Village because I love when designers show creativity and take risks. Hats off to Marina Zhukova for having the guts to go all Jonathan Adler-esque in her own space. All of the wild colours used throughout along with all the fabulous wallpapers and tile work make for some serious graphic, dramatic statements. 

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