Rove Concepts
Sunday
Apr092017

A Victorian townhouse in London with mid century touches

I had to share this Victorian townhouse I spotted from the March issue of Homes & Gardens magazine because it's everything I love all mixed together in one gorgeous package. A restored heritage home with traditional details, a neutral colour palette, mid-century furnishings, vintage glam light fixtures, brass accents throughout, a modern custom kitchen and and an outdoor space make this home pretty much perfection. Photos: Davide Lovatti

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Saturday
Apr082017

Working on a Saturday

It's like I say week after week. If you have to drag your sorry self into work on a weekend it certainly eases the pain if your workplace is kick ass stylin'. At first glance this could be a cooler than cool loft apartment but no it's definitely an office. Great space in South Pasadena by ETC.etera (etc for short).

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Friday
Apr072017

Vintage and modern by Black Parrots Studio

I am head over heels in love with this British family home in Barnes and its striking decor. Full of character and drama while a bit on the classic side and pared back. A gorgeous black library complete with black leather chesterfield (*GASP!!!*) and an eclectic mic of vintage and modern furnishings and lighting make this just all kinds of awesome. By Sarah Mitchenall and Alexa de Castilho of Brighton-based Black Parrots Studio

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Friday
Apr072017

Living well in minimal space

They're calling it a micro apartment but it's got more than enough room for me. What it lacks in size it definitely makes up for in style. Are you noticing more and more 80s influences appearing in rooms these days? Or is it just me because I lived (make that thrived) through the decade? The 30 sq m London apartment is by Play Associates.

Friday
Apr072017

Cider House

It's simple house in a coastal hinterland by Nexus Designs. Simply stunning that is. I could definitely imagine this as my weekend bolt hole. Stylish and relaxed.

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