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Wednesday
Mar222017

Screen House by Carter Williamson

When a home is totally unassuming from the exterior and then you walk in and POW! The dreamiest of black kitchens complete with black penny round tile backsplash. (Man I love black kitchens! So sexy!) But it doesn't stop there....a bathroom completely clad in black penny rounds? YES PLEASE!!! Screen House by Australian architecture firm Carter Williamson.

 

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Tuesday
Mar212017

Contemporary chic

Minimalism meets mid century, a touch of industrial and beautiful old bones, human scale and warmth. All work together to make this Parisian apartment by Philippe Harden the epitome of contemporary chic.

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Friday
Mar102017

Cutting edge classic

Gutting this Sydney beachside house back to structural columns and beams Madeleine Blanchfield Architects then set about creating, in their words, "a home that was whimsical, calm, inspiring, slightly quirky and deeply personal." It's big and bold yet intimate and informal, a luxurious take on the beach living. A cutting edge home that will become a classic.

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Thursday
Mar092017

A modern farmhouse by Simo Design

The more we feature "modern farmhouses" the more I think this is my ideal home. The perfect blend of modern and rustic in a gorgeous country setting so the house is bathed in sunlight all day long with tree branches casting shadows and providing greenery through every window. This one is definitively on the modern side compared to most we have shared here and I do love some rustic elements but that glorious backyard oasis, tile floor in the kitchen and massive master bedroom and ensuite make up for it. By the mega talented architecture/design firm Simo Design. (More here!)

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Wednesday
Mar082017

Simplicity

Sometimes the beauty is in the simplicity. Pipkorn & Kilpatrick converted a tiny one bedroom house into a home for four in Fitzroy, Melbourne.

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