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Sunday
Apr192015

A vintage Russian apartment

I found this really cool apartment in Russia on The Village and had to share. The owners - I think they're interior designers from what the translation came up with - decorated this almost to perfection (I have issues with the curtains but I can let that go). Filled with antiques and thrift store finds, the somewhat Parisian decor works so well against the brick walls and herringbone parquet floors. The sleeping lost is a little gem, and I adore the huge art wall and bistro vibe in the kitchen. This would be a fun airbnb.

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Wednesday
Apr152015

Modern deco

Love the dark grey wall with the marble shelf. Love the penny rounds in the bathroom. Love the waterfall edge to the stone bench in the kitchen. Love the clean contemporary lines of this apartment renovation in Bellevue Hill, Sydney by TomMarkHenry. A modern, minimal interpretation to play off the art deco lines of the original apartment.

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Wednesday
Apr082015

Gold and jewels

Rich, jewel like accents mixed with metallics and mirror play against a neutral base and beautiful light flooding in through large windows in this small apartment by Vancouver-based Peter Wilds Design. The mirror box bedroom is big on style if small in size. Just as impressive is that the feel of the space can be refreshed as simply as changing out the colours of the accessories.

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Tuesday
Apr072015

Sisällä

Apartment living that is relaxed yet sophisticated. Modern with a midcentury riff. Contemporary and stylish not at all stuffy. What's not to love about this wonderful apartment by Louise Mercer of Sisällä Interior Design?

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Tuesday
Apr072015

A small apartment 

A clever redesign of a small one bedroom apartment in inner city Sydney makes better use of the existing space without losing the character of this older style dwelling. The key was to make a small study area the bedroom with movable walls that borrow space from the bathroom and hallway. The original bedroom then becomes a dining room connecting to the living area, a luxurious addition to small space living in the heart of the city. Byron Hall Apartment by Stephen Collier Architects.

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