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Monday
Aug102015

Book storage round-up

There are MANY projects I need to tackle in my house. One of them is turning the room on the third floor into a library. Currently all of my books and magazines are in piles on the floor in that room (along with all of our excess furniture) and it is driving me crazy that I don't have them organized and cannot access them easily. Unfortunately this project is not at the top of the to-do list, so in the meantime I thought I would do a round-up of rooms with bookcases, shelving...some really amazing ways books have been stored and put on display, so I can dream of the day when I have my library all set.

Architectural Digest Spain

Elle Interior Sweden

Heart Home Magazine

Homelife

The Design Files

Architectural Digest Spain

Heart Home Magazine

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Monday
Jul062015

Books and bed

Salt and pepper. Nuts and bolts. Milk and cookies. Needle and thread. What goes better together than books and bed? Falconer Street by Nest Architects.

Tuesday
Jun162015

Reinforce

A bookshelf, a wardrobe, a table, a wine rack, and a sculpture. One piece of furniture frames and connects the space, reinforcing the meaning, the personality, the purpose. Monoform Living at the Strata by Singapore design firm Produce.

Wednesday
Apr292015

Abigail Ahern - Colour

Abigail Ahern has released her new book called Colour and I cannot wait to get my hands on a copy! (According to Amazon it's not available in Canada until August dammit!) She really is an inspiration to me. I love her bold style and her appreciation for the darker side of decor. The main perk of this book is that the photos are by one of our all-time favourite photographers, Graham Atkins-Hughes! This is a must-have book for sure, so order your now if it's out in your country, or pre-order it like I think I might do. Here is a little sneak peak. 

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Tuesday
Apr282015

Maria Brito - a Long Island home 

Venezuelan Maria Gabriela Brito is an interior designer now based in New York City who pulls out all the stops and breaks all the rules. Maria loves colour, patterns, and her number one standout is art. That is in fact one of her goals - to turn her clients into meaningful art collectors (more on that in the next post). Here is a home she designed in Long Island, NY. It is bold, lofty, quirky and really fun.  

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