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Thursday
Jul212016

Reader's home - Scott's new pad in Tel Aviv

In May of 2012 I featured the Tel Aviv apartment of Scott of Talmon Design. He recently got in touch with us and shared some photos of his new apartment. With a bit of a different vibe and colour palette this time around, it is a cool mix of modern and vintage and some pieces that have since been reupholstered. Thanks for sharing Scott!

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Wednesday
Jul202016

Artilleriet Studio 

Pop-up shops, particularly those staged in apartment spaces, come and go with regularity these days. The concept is tried and tested, after all who wouldn't want to be seduced into purchasing beautiful goods in inspiring interiors. Just like shopping your fabulously stylish friend's house. One could almost be forgiven for yawning "ho hum" at the mention of another such retail space ... except this is no ordinary pop-up shop. Oh no the new Artilleriet Studio in Gothenburg, Sweden is so breathtaking that the old chestnut about moving into the shop and never leaving has never held so true. I'll even take the dog.

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Monday
Jul182016

Love

Love love love the black window trims in this apartment (via Entrance Fastighetsmäkleri) although I may be a little biased because my own doors and windows are painted black at home. So dramatic. So lush. So easy.

Friday
Jul152016

William Morris and a Scandi boho apartment

Just when I think I can't take any more Scandi boho, white on white, bleached wood and black and white prints hung gallery style on the walls, I'm reeled right back in. Except the apartments that have me pinning and filing away images are ones that are a little more grandma boho, arts and crafts meet scandi style with a touch of sage green. I'll put it out there. I think William Morris wallpaper is so hot even after 150 years. I love this kitchen. Scandi meets Morris' Pimpernel pattern meets stainless steel (?IKEA). Via Entrance Fastighetsmäkleri.

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Wednesday
Jul132016

Stalking two on a Tuesday

It's two for Tuesday, not pizza but properties I've been stalking. The first is a moody, masculine apartment in inner-city Sydney while the second, in the Melbourne suburb of Malvern, is a modern extension to an Edwardian house by architect Geoff Challis with landscape design by Rick Eckersley. You can find the links here and here while they last.

Addendum: Hmmm it's actually Wednesday and I've been blithely carrying on as if it was Tuesday. Wednesday not Tuesday. Sad thing is I can't remember where my Tuesday went. Apologies over :)

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