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Wednesday
Feb112015

The perfect corner

This is the perfect corner. Rustic and chic. From the Brookyln home of Aya Yamanouchi-Lloyd - as seen here via Homelife. 

Tuesday
Jan062015

Details

It was hard deciding what to follow up that last post with, so I settled on a few photos from the portfolio of photographer Lucy Schaeffer that gives you a glimpse into 3 spaces, each with intriguing details...

 

This photo is perfection. A glimpse is all you need. A bathroom with flat black doors, white subway tiles with dark grout, and gold hardware is IT.

Those high ceilings with such beautiful detail = *GASP*, and the copper pipe hardware is a cool touch. (I am pretending I don't see the ceiling fan...)

Can't decide on art to buy? Have some fun with a roll of tape in the meantime.

Wednesday
Oct012014

Copper in the kitchen

And I'm not just talking pots and pans. By Blakes London.

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Tuesday
Apr082014

Hammam haven

"Amara Wellness Centre is unique in Australia for its wellness-based, organic and authentic Hammam bathing facilities and rituals. Directly inspired by the traditional Turkish bath house, the evocative series of consultation, therapy and steam rooms are linked by a series of black oak corridors connecting circular marble-clad chambers. The Hamman ritual spaces feature meticulously crafted domed and vaulted ceilings with custom made copper bathing vessels ensuing that every aspect of the ritual experience is imbued with design."

My apologies for taking that directly from the interior designers' site. The mere thought of indulging in the pleasure of such a centre has me relaxed, chilled out, sloth-like with pure pleasure that I couldn't find my own words. Design by Melbourne based CoLAB, a collaboration between Anna Drummond and Trish Turner.

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Monday
Mar172014

Copper exposed - a second try

Another post from last week where photos were not displaying correctly...

I mentioned back in this post that I loved exposed copper piping. Coincidentally, I came across an apartment in Amsterdam designed by Ijzersterk Interieurontwerp where exposed copper pipes snake through the living room, hallway and bedroom. To play off this theme, the designers included a copper coloured wall covering and chairs in the dining room and a matching butterscotch leather sofa and stool in the living room (among other things). I love me some exposed pipe...and some copper! (Photos by Figure of Speech)