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Sunday
Nov012015

Modern take on an old worker's cottage

A contemporary extension to an existing character residential cottage in Brisbane, Queensland where it was important to retain the integrity of the original 1906 cottage while providing two levels of extra living space. Love the integration of inside and out including the sliding window walls and the now you see it, now you don't bath. Wooloowin House by bureau^proberts.

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Thursday
Oct292015

Amber bathrooms

I want that bathroom above desperately. Ok, and every bathroom below. My bathroom is still driving me nuts on a daily basis and these are some fantastic inspiration for its eventual makeover. I would love to do a combination of black, white, walnut, marble, and brass. Glorious! All by none other than  Amber Interiors

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Monday
Oct262015

Suzy Hoodless encore

New work from one of my all time favourite designers, Suzy Hoodless. Working in collaboration with architects Hackett Holland, this 5 storey townhouse in Notting Hill is simply sublime. Graphic, playful yet sophisticated, stylish.

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Sunday
Oct252015

Black and white 

Another newbie on the Shoot Factory roster, this British home caught my eye the other day. This new build in the thriving seaside town of Aldeburgh was inspired by the fisherman's huts on the beach and takes full advantage of the wonderful view across the marshes. With a modern, Scandinavian vibe in black and white, I could easily live here and not change much. And how about that kitchen! Black kitchens rock my world.

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Wednesday
Oct142015

Plantation

The owners of this Cottesloe, Western Australia house wanted colonial plantation style. Part Raffles in Cambodia, part safari lodge in Africa mixed with the Queenslander vernacular and a touch of Hamptons. Architectural and building firm Humphrey Homes created this bespoke home with emphasis on relaxed family living without sacrificing style. Wide verandahs and French doors are perfect for the Australian climate.

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