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Friday
Sep122014

Curve

Beach side meets inner city edge in this apartment renovation by Megan Burns and Christopher Glanville of C+M Studio. A gentle curving wall defines the spaces and draws you from space to space. Clean lines, the play of warm against sleek surfaces, beautiful, modern furniture and art, light and shadow all work together to create a wonderful home by the sea in this Manly, Sydney home.

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Friday
Aug222014

WE Design

Spotted this powder room on Remodelista and I knew I had to see more of the house. What is it about subway tile, dark grout and the warm, golden hue of wood that gets me every time? Add in a hint of copper or pipe used for anything other than carrying water and well, I'm weak at the knees. Greenpoint Townhouse by Brooklyn based multidisciplinary design and construction firm WE Design.

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Thursday
Aug212014

A bathroom retreat

Australian design firm Minosa Design has done it again, creating a bathroom retreat that is an absolute dream. The clients wanted a space that seamlessly opened up to the master retreat that included space for 2, private but open to the master bedroom, a vanity that did not look like a vanity, and subtle bling, among other items. The space was tough to work with, having only 3 walls and a large window that could not be altered. What Minosa Design came up with is brilliant and gorgeous. Check out a few before photos...

Here is a CAD rendition of the space...

And this is what it looks like now!

Tuesday
Aug192014

hoo favourites

I love this sleek little nook. Black and marble with a splash of gold. Beauty.

Compact and cute. Dying over the hex tiled floor. 

Not a new concept, but it is amazing what you can accomplish with a set of kitchen cabinets and a slab of marble.

*** HOT ***

Another hot bathroom. Complete with black marble, white subway tiles, one of my favourite mirrors, and black hex floor tiles. 

If you have a gorgeous tile, why not run it along the floor and up the wall!

 Love the brass lights and the cool theater chair. Perfect for a narrow hallway.

{{{ via hoo }}}

Thursday
Aug142014

Rub-a-dub-dub

The only thing missing is the rubber duckie. Bathroom by Jane Cameron Architects.