Rove Concepts
Sunday
Oct012017

Sunday at the racetrack

NAP is based in Poland and creates fabulous home furnishings that can be purchased online and through 6 brick and mortar shops (they also sell some really great brands like Artemide, Lampe Gras, Gubi and Tom Dixon). They recently started dabbling in interior design and their first project was the decor of a racetrack in Warsaw, located in a modernist building built in 1939. In 2 months they outfitted a 3 level, 1500 sq m area consisting of bars, restaurants and lounge areas. Not only are the furnishings gorgeous (NAP, Gubi, Tom Dixon and Zoffana wallpaper), but I love that they dug through archive photos of the building in an attempt to replicate the interiors as they would have been back in the 40's. Art deco design at its finest.  

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Saturday
Sep302017

Working on a Saturday

You know what I say week after week. If you have to drag yourself work on a weekend it helps if it's somewhere stylish. "Drag" is not a word I'd use when it comes to Espacio Nueva, an event space, photography studio and co-working space in Madrid. I want to move in and so will you when you see the kitchen and all the wonderful plants. Design by Sara Uriarte of Cordero Atelier.

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Friday
Sep292017

Bohemian in the East Village

A little bohemian for your afternoon in this East Village apartment by Jill Danyelle of Verdoier. Fabulous neutral colour palette of mostly white and wicker and wood. 

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Friday
Sep292017

A colourful farmhouse

There is a little bit of country and a whole pile of colour in this farmhouse designed by California interior designer Alison Kandler. Since many of our readers seem delighted when we post some colourful homes I thought you might enjoy this one. A LOT. No shortage of colour here! Soooo many wallpapers too. A pattern bonanza! (Photos: John Ellis for Country Living)

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Friday
Sep292017

Industrial luxury 

Two floors of sophisticated, urban living with a limited colour palette dictated by the industrial materials used throughout. Concrete, steel and glass warmed by rich, dark wood and leather. Unexpected touches of gold, mirror and antique pieces give a luxurious, almost deco feel to this industrial inner city home. South Yarra Apartment by Melbourne-based design studio Workroom.

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