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Thursday
Jul282016

Glamorous Galah

"A forceful feminine approach was counterbalanced through the array of exquisite furniture & soft furnishings used with a striking sense of personality." 

Hollywood Regency with a high end 80s vibe. A rich mix of pinks and burgundies played against black and grey. Brass and stone and feathers. What else could your glam heart desire? St. Ives Residence by Sydney-based interior design firm Designers in the City.

(A Galah, in case you do not know, is a beautiful grey and pink parrot native to Australia. If you look closely you can see a painting of one hanging beside the fireplace.)

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Monday
Jul182016

Love

Love love love the black window trims in this apartment (via Entrance Fastighetsmäkleri) although I may be a little biased because my own doors and windows are painted black at home. So dramatic. So lush. So easy.

Wednesday
Jun292016

Marie-Laure Helmkampf update - part 1

Marie-Laure Helmkampf is an interior designer after my heart. Her spaces are so full of all things beautiful. A European vibe (she is based in France) with rustic elements, plenty of textures and an overall earthy vibe that is elegant and so warm and inviting. Add some marble, black and some dreamy tile and I DIE. (More posts of Marie-Laure's work here and here).

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Monday
Jun062016

A dark apartment 

Black kitchen cabinets, black dining chairs, black backsplash, black/blue bedroom walls and cupboard, black tile bathroom....this Potts Point, Sydney apartment designed by architect and interior designer Tom Ferguson (TFAD) is dark and fabulous and not at all dreary. This moody space is subtly glamorous and there is not a white wall in sight! And I am in love with the bathroom, and that Cole & Son Nuvole Fornasetti mural. 

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Saturday
Jun042016

Working on a Saturday

It's like I say week after week. If you have to drag your sorry self into work on a Saturday then it certainly helps if it's somewhere stylish. No problems if I worked in Melbourne-based Breathe Architecture's own offices. Just park my bicycle and head on up.

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