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Wednesday
Aug092017

A designer's home

What would you expect from American fashion and homewares designer James Perse when it comes to his own home? The king of the minimalist (and expensive) t-shirt has taken a rather average Malibu "farmhouse" and worked his magic to create a home where old-world charm meets modern sophistication in a carefully curated mix of antiques and pieces from his own furniture collections.

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Friday
Jun162017

Scandinavian modernism in New York

Scandinavian minimalism meets industrial in this Tribeca loft by Søren Rose Studio. From it's original, now whitewashed oak floors and exposed brick to the super slick marble and stainless steel kitchen what's not to love? The old windows playing against the black steel and glass walls, the use of wood veneered storage walls to warm the space, the Scandinavian style furniture, the skylight flooding the space with lovely light. Perfect.

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Tuesday
Jun132017

Natasha Habermann Studio

New York based interior decorator, stylist and small space guru Natasha Habermann adds flair, whimsy and lotsa chic to her projects with some fun colours, unique vintage furniture and lots of plants and flowers. I adore all of these spaces from her portfolio. 

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Thursday
Apr132017

A charming family apartment 

A renovated Art Deco apartment in Darling Point, Sydney, home to Kate Nixon of Busatti Australia and her family, is full of charm and character as well as the beautiful Italian fabrics that Nixon imports. A neutral palette allows for accents of pattern and colour to take the limelight while delightful vignettes provide the eye candy.  

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Tuesday
Mar142017

Coming up behind

A classic worker's cottage façade with a contemporary extension behind. Another great example of how Australians like to live - a desirable inner city suburb close to all the action, a small but charming historical property, a local council that values the preservation of the streetscape and that overwhelming Aussie desire for open plan living with seamless integration of inside and out. Sydenham St house by Red Door Project

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