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Kitchen details

This kitchen is INCREDIBLE! In this extensively renovated Brooklyn brownstone by Elizabeth Roberts/Ensemble Architecture, the wood floor was replaced with a poured cement plaster floor and the original wood closet was retrofitted to contain the kitchen cupboard, gas range and refrigerator. Brilliant!


Working on a Saturday

The floors are candy pink! SHINY. CANDY. PINK. No need to drag me into work on a weekend if my office looked like this. Yum! The offices of NGRS Recruiting Company in Moscow by Crosby Studios.

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Le Renard et La Chouette

A little more rustic goodness to end the day. This restaurant/coffee shop/bar located in Québec was designed by APPAREIL architecture. A little bit Scandinavian and a little bit French, the design is simple, raw and so lovely. Remember folks, while you're tearing through layers....maybe you should just leave 'er be. 


A Brooklyn artist loft 

As much as I love that townhouse from my previous post, I will always and forever dream about living in a loft. This Brooklyn loft blows me away with its outdoor space, stunning kitchen and jaw-dropping book shelves. Again by BWArchitects. This dramatic conversion of a light manufacturing warehouse to an artist live/work loft studio juxtaposes the gritty, industrial character of the building exterior with warm, expansive interior spaces flooded by natural light. A retractable translucent wall divides the living and working areas. When closed, its translucency directs filtered light from the linear skylight and northern exposure rear facade towards the library and studio areas. A large sloped skylight acts as a space definer between the live and work areas and a white steel and glass staircase connects the lower level with sleeping rooms and a large roof deck occupying the floor above.


Working on a Saturday

Saturday? Work day? Bummer! But there's no need to be glum if you work in someplace stylish and fun. I'd happily drag my sorry self into work if I was a sales assistant at vintage clothing and accessories store, Vintage Sole, by Melbourne-based Moth Design. Yes cool clothes, yes copper pipe hanging racks but whoa, knockout stencil floor idea for those of us who can't afford meters and meters of encaustic tiles.

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