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Sundays are for naps, catching up on todo lists, and a good dose of eye candy. This location home in Primrose Hill, London is epic and definite eye candy. 16,500 sq ft of gorgeous architecture and decor and includes a private courtyard, event space, pool, gym, music room and cinema. The kitchen is killer, and the bathroom with brass light fixtures is going in my inspiration folder. Via JJ Locations.
How about a fabulously refurbished Victorian home for your Friday viewing pleasure. This home has been made over into 2 maisonette apartments and fortunately many of the original details like the moldings (*SWOON*) have been left intact. Featuring chevron-laid hardwood and some gorgeous marble fireplaces, this is a beauty, and for sale via Domus Nova.
Beautiful Scandinavian-modern kitchen
Another gorgeous stunner of a kitchen. I am especially smitten with the pendant lights - anyone know who makes them?
Not sure why I love this sink setup so much. I think black faucets and hardware make everything better.
Because cat. :)
OMG I am in love. You all know how much we love a good conversion..... This award-winning conversion of an 18th century threshing barn, dairy and stables by London architecture and interior design firm Liddicoat & Goldhill is un-freaking-believable. Our task was to combine the quality of the surviving barn fragments with the texture and tone of their found materials. To maintain the barn’s brooding presence - and to provide security and a sense of protection from rolling Channel mists - the barn is usually kept in a closed state. However, industrial-scale kinetic mechanisms create openings that address key views into the countryside. Massive, insulated shutters recall the original barn doors, and protect a vast rotating window operated by an adapted chain-lift. To the East front, an American aircraft-hangar door allows the exterior to concertina upwards, creating a canopy over the dining terrace and revealing ribbon glazing within. A single rooflight, running the length of the main roof’s ridge provides steady ambient light to the living spaces.