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Rove Concepts

Monday
Mar232015

Bovina House

Proving the point that simpler is sometimes better. The main structure of this home in the Catskills (NY) is a timber frame from an nineteenth century barn that has been restored and raised on this new site. The very basic configuration and architecture makes complete sense in these surroundings, and draws attention to the beauty of the original structure's timber. By Kimberly Peck.  

P.S. If you have pets on furniture entries please send them to kim[@]desiretoinspire[.]net

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Monday
Mar232015

Stairs and tile

Stairs and tile. A marriage made in heaven. By FusionD.

Monday
Mar232015

FusionD

A perfect balance between the beautiful old bones of this Bordeaux apartment and the owner's contemporary tastes by interior designer Ninou Etienne of FusionD. I'd move in in a heart beat.

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Sunday
Mar222015

Norwegian inspiration

Before I dash off to another day of craziness at the Ottawa Antique & Vintage Market to help with hubby's Daff Design booth, I wanted to share these spaces from Norwegian magazine KK Living that left me drooling all over my keyboard. I particularly adore the home of Line Evensen featured in the photos before the jump - such a wonderfully eclectic mix of styles that is so random it works. (Photos by Yvonne Wilhelmsen, Anja Ka, Helena Blom, Nina Ruud)

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Saturday
Mar212015

Working on a Saturday

So starkly elegant. So, so restrained. Like the essence of good taste, distilled, concentrated and stoppered in a crystal bottle. Open it and your head hurts. A hairdressing salon with Art Deco references and beautiful bespoke fittings and furniture by Pietro Russo. Of course the shots are of the space sans clutter, towels and hair clippings but then again such an exclusive salon would have a bevy of apprentices at the ready to sweep and zhush.

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