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Hole in the wall

Can't get by without it and there is nowhere better to feed my addiction than a hip hole in the wall. Coffee and a dose of cool. Nice Day, a 7 sqm down a laneway in Auckland's CBD by Material Creative.

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Homes like this by designer Henrik Hemmingsen remind me that I still do love white. Via Femina


Where opposites meet

Sunlight and shadow. Open and private. Solid and pierced. Black and white. Inside and out.  A matter of contrasts making a whole. A family holiday home by Melbourne based Simon Couchman Architects.

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A refuge in Spain

I am not done with the virtual vacations, because I hate winter with every ounce of my being. So now I am taking you to Los Corales de Buelna, a municipality in CantabriaSpain. This is the holiday retreat for artist Nikolas Piper and it is the best of everything. Rustic architecture with stone and exposed beams, mostly mid-century decor, and a matching dog. It all works so well together I could spend the entire winter here. EASILY. Via Elle Decor España, photos by Manolo Yllera.

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Classic Jenny Wolf

Though I am still not over the gloriousness of the loft in my previous post, here is another project by Jenny Wolf that proves this designer can whip up just about anything and make it fresh and hip. Even when you're using granny's chair (above). This apartment is fairly traditional and classic, yet she manages to keep it cool. Very impressive. 

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