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Monday
Apr032017

Inside Out House

I don't know what I love more. The wonderful window seat opening the house out to garden or that kitchen. Love that black display wall. Inside Out House by Breathe Architecture.

Photography by Tom Ross

Sunday
Apr022017

An explosion of colour

I tend to use non-neutral colour in my home subtly, but the homeowners of this 190 sq m house in Norway have embraced colour in bold and playful ways. That's why I wanted to share this home. I love to see people decorate to suit their personalities and to have fun with it (pretty obvious by the sign in the entryway LOL) instead of following trends and taking it too seriously. Via Hus & Hem, photos: Shanti Broeng.

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Thursday
Mar302017

Rustic bathroom envy

Always a fan of a well executed rustic space. And given that I have yet to renovate the world's most annoying bathroom I am envious when I see things like outlets and counter space. This bathroom is dreamy. XOXO

Via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. Interior deisgn: The Design Atelier. Architect: Summerour & Associates

Wednesday
Mar152017

California coastal

California coastal style in a New England home by Kristina Crestin Design. I am not typically a big fan of this style or the colour blue but I am totally smitten with how well put together this living room. I never would have thought to pair aqua blue, olive green and orange/tan together but it's gorgeous - and the art and patterned pillows and rug bring it all together. The bathroom is also pretty fab - modern yet really warm with the addition of golden-toned wood.   

(Check out a modern farmhouse designed by Kristina here)

Saturday
Feb182017

First stalking of the year

I love when the real estate market starts to heat up after the holiday break. More houses listed and a greater chance of hitting the design jackpot. If you are a regular reader you will know I have a thing for older houses in inner city suburbs and if they have an architect designed modern extension out back then even better. I'm stalking in Paddington, Sydney and I think it might be love. Exposed old brick, glass transition between heritage and new, slick open-plan living areas with a great connection between in and out. There's even a car lift and I don't know why that excites me but it does. With Sydney house prices we'll never afford it but it's all about the stalking and the gawking. Link here while it lasts.

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