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Monday
May222017

The new luxury

Oh the drama! High contrast less-is-more palette, soaring ceilings, walls of flowing fabrics, rich metals and dark woods yet this new luxury is about carefully curated opulence. No OTT gaudy glitz but a well considered elegance. Historic Nashville mansion renovation by interiors firm Chad James Group.

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Wednesday
May102017

Minimalism in Fulham

Modern minimalism in a period building. Midcentury references in a sleek London pad. A sharp contemporay look softened by the thick wool rug and touches of brass. Modern white and clean lined timber accents moves to muted moodiness in the bedroom. Lovely to look at. Even better to stay. The Butterfly in Fulham available for vacation rental via The Plum Guide.

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Thursday
Apr272017

Bedroom love as of late

Helloooooooo funky wallpaper! And I have one of those Flos lights in my foyer. LOVE!!!! Via Black Lacquer Design.

Pretty much the opposite of above. Simple elegance. Antique gold details. Yummy. Via Kapito Muller

Wednesday
Apr262017

Modern farmhouse

From its traditional facade all the way up those stairs to the colourful attic room this house is the perfect balancing act. Farmhouse yet modern living, the crisp bite of white and the deep moody greys, parent and kid friendly. Casually elegant, not at all stuffy. It's fresh and fun and perfect for a young family. Modern farmhouse in Connecticut by New York based interior designers Chango & Co.

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Friday
Apr212017

Stalking in the gritty city

Urban cool just got smoking hot. I'm stalking in my favourite inner city Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy and there is so much to love. It's a bijou brick worker's terrace with exposed stone walls. The renovation was by one of Australia's leading interior design firms Hecker Guthrie and it's as stylishly gritty and hip as its location. Don't miss the video. The soundtrack is on fleek like the whole sales campaign and it's fun to spot the differences between what are obviously the designers' styled portfolio shots and how the house actually looks. I'd move in in a heart beat. Link here while it lasts.

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