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Entries in brass (21)

Friday
Dec092016

A round house

I have another reader submission for you, and this one comes from Carl-Johan who sent us a link to a story of this incredible home. 9 cylinders make up this structure designed by Swedish architect Jan Henrik Jansen for use as his summer home. It is absolutely stunning inside with brass details (hellooooo island!) and the exterior landscape with repeating circle motif is so picturesque. Via Buggahus. (Thanks Carl-Johan!)

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Thursday
Dec012016

Office Wild

Or perhaps that should be Office Wilde, Oscar Wilde. It certainly has drama and flair. A touch OTT from its patterned cow hide rug and statement brass desk to the flamboyant Timorous Beasties wallpaper. Just can't see Wilde 's famous last words "Either this wallpaper has to go or I do" being muttered in this room. Taking its inspiration from the Cult of Beauty and the Aesthetic movement "The Pavonia Room” is by San Francisco based Geoffrey De Sousa Interior Design.

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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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Tuesday
Aug162016

Chrissy & Co - French + modern

It all started with this blog post last week, and now I find myself healthily obsessed with the designs of Vancouver's Chrissy & Co.. Chrissy's signature style consists of lots of white with a modern mixed with more traditional pieces and brass accents to finish it all with a glam factor. What's not to love about this? In this case a dose of French feminine chic was added and it is gorgeous. 

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Tuesday
Jun142016

A traditional green, marble and brass kitchen 

I found this deVOL kitchen the other day on JJ Locations and I was completely shocked to discover how much I really REALLY love it. It could be because living in a traditional home for a couple of years now is rubbing off on me, or the fact that my kitchen can barely fit 2 people standing in it so anything roomy makes me envious. This kitchen is situated in a 1846 Victorian in London, and while I would consider changing a couple of things (that sofa in the corner isn't working - I love the idea of a settee just not that one, the table is missing a bench and I would paint out the inside of that hutch black and fill it with white dishes), this is the best take on a traditional kitchen I think I have ever seen. I don't even really like green and I love this. Crazy!