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Modernising a typical Amsterdam apartment

Dutch interior designer Robert Kolenik took what he described as a typical small Amsterdam apartment and turned it into a luxurious modern space in neutral tones that appears much larger than it is. As part of his concept, the first thing that interior designer Robert Kolenik did was to design a large wall unit to link together all the spaces in the apartment naturally. In narrower or smaller spaces, most people tend to use smaller pieces of furniture. 'I do the opposite. By putting in larger pieces, I emphasise a sense of spaciousness in the home. The floating block in dark oak creates a line in the apartment that visually enlarges the space.' Robert then added in a FOUR METRE LONG sofa (by Minotti) which offers tons of seating and while very long, still keeps the space very open. Those of you with small spaces, take note!


An art nouveau renovation in Barcelona

The renovation of this 140 m2 art nouveau apartment in the Eixample district in Barcelona has resulted in a beautiful light-filled, airy home which respects the property's original elegance while providing contemporary luxuries. Love the restored original floors and ceilings and the design classics of the era juxtaposed with modern pieces. By Barcelona-based design studio vilablanch.

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A London loft

The secret to the success of this small London loft apartment is the clever storage that makes the most of the small space. Hey who am I trying to fool? The secret to the success of this small London loft apartment is that it is seriously stylish! Anyone else loving that dressing room? By the London-based interior design duo Ebba Thott and Nina Hertig of Sigmar.

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"Corinne is able to distill the essence of unexpected perfection and create space like a painter does, subtly punctuating and bridging the environment, allowing rooms to become places of freedom and clarity."

It's true. These photos are like a painter's study, a small view of the intended work of art. I want to see the whole creation. A glimpse into a Brooklyn loft designed by Corinne Gilbert.


A complete renovation of a tiny Parisian apartment

Paris-based interior designer Adrien Pillay sent over some photos of one of his projects - the renovation (and decoration) of a tiny late 1800's 365 sq ft apartment, and the transformation is incredible! (Photos: Anaëlle Le Roy). I love when we are sent before photos, and in this case it really showcases the amount of work involved in this project. 

EEEEKKKK! But look at it now!! Simple, beautiful details and some great space-saving solutions. 

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