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Thursday
Oct132016

Stalking

I'm in Melbourne (Yay Melbourne for the win again!) stalking a family home in Kew. A 4 bedroom family home with pool renovated by a well know Aussie reality TV reno show couple (the bathrooms are a dead giveaway), it recently sold for $2.9 million. Yikes! The real estate market here in Australia is overheated. Still congratulations to them. It's a lovely makeover. Link here while it lasts.

P.S. Don't you hate early evening photos high on HDR? This place would photograph so well in "natural" light.

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Monday
Sep192016

When stalking makes you jealous

By now you'll know that I have a thing for old houses. Give me a home with a little history and character over a modern build any day. It seems obvious that I would like this little cottage in Sydney's inner east and yes it does tick the boxes for me but ... I'm having trouble concentating on the house at all. I've been bewitched by the art collection. OMG! What I wouldn't do to get my grubby, greedy mits on those glorious canvases. The house could be a hovel and I'd still want to move in. Can I buy the collection instead of the house do you think? Link here while it lasts.

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Thursday
Aug252016

A Scandinavian style bathroom

A really fun bathroom in a bit of a Scandianvian style by the fabulous Ninou Etienne of Fusion D.

Wednesday
Aug102016

The perfect prescription

The symptoms of Hump Day are a general malaise, increasing tiredness, a reduction in mental agility and profound attitude changes. But I have the perfect prescription to cure your mid week blues. It involves a computer screen, a few minutes stolen from your working day and a daydream about an escape to a Sydney beach house with stunning ocean views. Avalon Lighthouse via Contemporary Hotels.

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Tuesday
Aug092016

Lake House

The stuff of daydreams. Driving through the gates of your lakeside property. All shingles and shades of green. Settle your gaze on the rippling water and sigh. Turn and step into the inviting entry hall and hold your breath waiting for that first glimpse of the great room. Never disappoints. There is one problem though. Should you wash off the dust from your trip with a quick dip in the lake or a long soak in that bathroom. Thank goodness it's only a daydream and you're not really being forced to make the choice. Lake Martin House by Birmingham, Alabama-based Bill Ingram Architect.

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