Entries in dining room (131)


Stalking in church

Hallelujah I've found another church to stalk! Long time readers will know that Kim and I love a good church conversion. There is something about the challenge of doing justice to what is the often imposing, original architecture and accommodating the needs of modern living. On the outside today's offering is a sombre red brick edifice from the 1890s. Inside fresh and contemporary open-plan living merges with heavy old church doors and arches. Link here while it lasts. 

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The drama is real

The drama is SO real. More from Shalini Misra.


RR Interieur

There's something so satisfying about bright, white walls anchored by dark floors. Add in lovely old ceiling details, large windows, a cozy fireplace and it's approaching perfect. Now just some contemporary furniture pieces to play against the hints of heritage in the architecture and you're there. Stylish and beautiful living in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium by RR Interieur.

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Bondi beauty

Beautiful muted tones with accents of bronze. The luxury of a simple, elegant, pared back. Good design doesn't need to be out there and big, big, big. Good design is about making a positive (and stylish) impact on how a client lives. It's obvious that Decus Interiors have created an exquisite and carefully crafted home in Sydney's North Bondi.

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Edgy bohemian

Some edgy bohemian vibes to end off the work week. Check out more of this project by Veneer Designs here including some scary before photos. 
(And other features by Veneer Designs here, here and here)