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Wednesday
Mar012017

Living in a tower

Forget those cabins, how about this 70 ft stone tower in the middle of a forest!! OMG this is absolutely incredible. I could live here forever and ever. The end. (Located in Meriwether County, GA, designed by Summerour Architects

Wednesday
Mar012017

A cabin in the woods x 2

I am sitting here blogging listening to city busses whizzing by, helicopters landing, ambulance sirens (I live across from a hospital) and the kids next door screaming and I need to remind myself why I love city living. Especially when there are beautiful, rustic dwellings like this around where all you hear are the sounds of crickets and birds chirping. I couldn't decide between these two so you get both. Beechwood Farm in Alabama followed by McIlvain Farm in St. Simon's Island, Georgia, by Summerour & Associates Architects.

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Tuesday
Feb282017

A maisonette in Maida Vale

The star of the show might be the high ceilings. It might be the lovely large windows overlooking the communal garden or the dark oak parquet flooring. It might be the charcoal coloured staircase or the new kitchen. Any one of these could be the stand out feature of this renovated maisonette in London's Maida Vale by Studio 29 Architects & Interior Design but for me it's the bespoke, blown bubble chandelier in amber, lemon yellow and cyan hued glass.

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Saturday
Feb252017

Working on a Saturday

Week after week it's the same cry. If you have to drag yourself into work on the weekend it helps if it's somewhere stylish. Somewhere like The Working Capitol, a coworking and event space in Singapore by Takenouchi Webb.

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Thursday
Feb232017

A colourful home

Talk about making a statement from the outside in! This home designed by architect Peter Pennoyer is a stately gem with a bit of an unexpected choice of red for trim colour...but then when you walk inside it all makes complete sense. The homeowners appear to have no fear of colour so I would expect an designer such as Katie Ridder to make the interior a random assortment of some very bold colour choices. And it starts the second you walk in the front door! Not sure how I would feel living with these colours but the architecture of the home is really spectacular. 

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