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Entries in black and white (158)

Tuesday
May202014

Emma Hos

Still can't get enough of the Swedish look. You know, the black, white, mixed with wood, softened by the green of indoor plants and brought to life with everyday personal pieces look. It's simple. It's stylish. A touch of boho, a midcentury Scandi classic, an artful tumble of clothes or shoes or toys and the obligatory sheepskin. Loving these rooms from stylist Emma Hos. Black and white beauties for the every day.

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Thursday
May152014

Foam Street House

"Foam Street House features the adaptive reuse and transformation of a cold, dark and inefficient 1915 Edwardian house into a warm and light filled family home that has direct connections to the outside."

Old red brick plays against concrete blocks and timber while the hero of the space, the slick new black brick, provides the punch. Light floods in through full height glass and steel windows and doors, opening the new addition to the garden. Deceptively simple, modern lines big on style and impact. By Melbourne based architectural firm Preston Lane. 

Photography by Derek Swalwell.

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Wednesday
May072014

Sara Niedzwiecka

How about a little eye candy to get you through the day...these stunning photos are the work of photographer Sara Niedzwiecka (who splits her time between Paris and Warsaw. Lots of black and white spaces for those like me who enjoy this combo and the graphic effect it has. YUM.

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Wednesday
Apr302014

Robson Rak Architects - Toorak

What a beautiful home by Australian architecture and design firm Robson Rak. It is a 1930's home in Melbourne's Toorak that already had beautiful original details (shutters, cornices, skirting boards) - this firm simply needed to update it and gave it a modern edge. The result is chic and sleek, and in the hottest colour palette of black and white. Stunning!

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Monday
Apr282014

Bedroom love

I love this bedroom. The simplicity. The lack of colour. The rumpled cotton bedding. Whatever the hell that is going on in the windows. Via Domino