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Wednesday
Apr102013

Bjornsdotter Design

I thought I'd share a little peek into the portofolio of Swedish decorator and stylist Ewa Björnsdotter. I'm always a fan of black furniture - and this post makes me want to grab a can of black paint and paint something. As a matter of fact, I've convinced myself to paint this chair black. It resides in my bedroom and since I brought home some black and white items from Ikea the other day for that space the chair totally needs to go black now. 

Wednesday
Apr102013

Angelita Bonetti

Loving these photos and spaces, captured by Italian photographer Angelita Bonetti who now calls Australia home. Not sure why but they make me crave Spring something fierce. (It's slowly coming to Ottawa....sloooooooowly).

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Wednesday
Apr102013

Chris Barrett and Wellesley Avenue

I loved the last home by Californian interior designer Chris Barrett that I had to visit her portfolio again. Another stylish dwelling but with more of a mix of history and layers of living, the travelled life, a smidgen of boho, an artistic eye and a collection of precious objects gathered over a life well lived. Perfect recipe for a lovely home I think.

Photography by Victoria Pearson.

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Wednesday
Apr102013

Chris Barrett and Aderno Street

I'm late! I'm late! I'm late with my posting but ... aaaahhhh ... deep breath ... time to immerse in the casual elegance of this home designed by Californian Chris Barrett. Colour, light, scale, texture and beautiful layering. Calm and chic and simply wonderful!

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Tuesday
Apr092013

A little extra 

I would absolutely LOVE to have a super long dining table. AWESOME. And the lighting almost send me over the edge. Add in bookcases and chalkboard and I am having heart palpitations. 

I love a mostly modern kitchen...and then I see a kitchen like this and I want to change my mind. The moldings, the windows, the antique furniture as kitchen cabinets, and throw in that massive vintage light fixture and you've got one helluva sweet kitchen. 

Eye candy once again by Alexander James.