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Monday
Oct102016

Living large in Minnesota

Oh, to have this much space to decorate and live. Martha O'Hara went with a mostly black and white theme in this absolutely stunning home in Minnesota which is always a winner, and I love that this home is not overly precious or pretentious. This home proves my point (as if I ever needed to prove it) that black framed windows are the only way to go. (And is perhaps something I should consider down the road when I'm looking for another project in my home - the white frames of my leaded and stained glass windows aren't really doing it for me). 

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Tuesday
Sep202016

A maximalist Paris pied-à-terre

Every project of British interior designer Hubert Zandberg gives me heart palpitations and completely blows my mind. His maximalist, graphic and vintage-loving approach to interiors is everything I love about interior design, and this Paris pied-à-terre is yet another example of his brilliance. I need to go shopping with him SO SOOOO badly.  

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Wednesday
Sep072016

More from Meme

This renovation of a 1930s home sympathetically references the original Art Deco features while creating a thoroughly modern home for its art collector owner. Love the play of pink against the predominant black and white palette and, of course, the art. East Hawthorne House by Melbourne-based Meme.

Saturday
Sep032016

Working on a Saturday

I know I complain about having to trudge into the office on a weekend but honestly if I worked in the über stylish headquarters of Sydney interior designer Greg Natale I'd be complaining about having to go home, not having to come in. Glamorous to the max!

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Monday
Aug012016

Inside Out House

A single piece of art from the homeowner's collection provided the inspiration for this stylish Sydney renovation and extension by Amber Road Design. A parents' retreat, facade and landscaping were created always with consideration of the interaction of internal and external spaces.

"Blurring boundaries between the inside and out was essential. By creating a louvered facade, it provided the end user a myriad of experiences throughout a single day."

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