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Monday
Feb162015

Beachside blue

A modern take on a coastal decor by Melbourne interior design firm Austin Design Associates. Clean lined with crisp whites, pale woods, limed floors and a fabulous beachside blue kitchen (as well as very Australians dream, the outdoor BBQ kitchen). Stylish family living in Blairgowrie on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula.

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Thursday
Jan152015

Island life

Raised above the dunes to take advantage of the view, the breezes and the lingering sunsets is a wooden box of a house. Honest in its construction. Thoughtful in its materials. Beautiful in its simplicity. Shelter Island house by Tamarkin Co.

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Tuesday
Dec092014

Barwon Heads Beach House

A family beach house with a contemporary take on traditional features. A classic palette of limed oak timber, painted lining boards and white walls. Stylish, casual living. Pleysier Perkins with Mim Design.

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Wednesday
Nov122014

Manzara Ayvalik

Perfectly imperfect. Manzara Ayvalik by Istanbul architects Gabi Kern-Altındiş and Erdoğan Altındiş. Modern minimalism within a once crumbling historic shell in a village on the Aegean Sea. See. What did I say? Perfectly imperfect. Available to let as a holiday home it's my Wednesday daydream. I'm packing my swimsuit in my mind. More via Manzara Istanbul and Urlaubs Architektur.

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Tuesday
Oct072014

Cottesloe House

Modern and beachy, with touches of green and blues to remind you of the sea. A heavenly retreat on Cottesloe Beach, Western Australia created by Collected Interiors. Taking the inspiration from the coastal location, we utilised textures and colours inspired by nature and the ocean to accomplish airy and fresh interiors. Simple, clean, window treatments suit the beach lifestyle and louvered windows let the afternoon sea breeze in. Timber flooring was complimented by textured flat weave rugs, easy to shake off beach sand. A combination of materials and textures were used such as cotton, linen and hemp to create an organic natural feel. The colour palette of indigo and white takes inspiration from the Indian Ocean. (See more of their work here)

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