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Holzhaus am Auerbach

Only 4 meters wide this holiday house in the small town of Oberaudorf in Bavaria, Germany packs a lot of punch in its small footprint. Cantilevered balconies on either side allow for indoor/ outdoor living while a series of levels rise through the 2 storey interior. By Christine Arnhard and Markus Eck of Munich-based architectural firm Arnhard und Eck not only is it their own getaway but you can rent it too.

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Dramatic colour

One of my personal favourite dramatic colour combinations is black, white, grey and yellow. This model apartment designed by British design firm Honky is modern and funky with cool whites, smoky greys with accents in black and yellow and bits of gold. Graphic and edgy works really well to reel in potential buyers. I adore the bird print above. 


Drama and pattern

Drama, glamour and pattern play. Three essential ingredients in any scheme by interior design maestro Greg Natale. Sydney-based Natale's redesign of this historic Geelong house, situated on an equine estate, sees him weave his magic with dark, moody colours, geometric riffs and a repeating horse motif. But it's not the grand rooms I'm concentrating on in this post. It's his bathrooms and kitchen that have my mind spinning with ideas. I'm smitten by the powder room. Love. Don't miss the rest of the house over on his website and if you love his work as much as we have here on Desire to Inspire over the years you simply can't miss his book The Tailored Interior.

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Working on a Saturday

What do you get when decor diva Tamara Kaye-Honey of House of Honey weaves her magic for hotel gurus Mr & Mrs Smith? Why a design marriage made in heaven of course! Which is why, if you have to drag your sorry old self into work on a Saturday I hope it is somewhere as stylish as this.

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Laura Seppänen latest

The client's wish was for a hotel room vibe without colour for this two room apartment in the centre of Helsinki so Finnish interior designer Laura Seppänen mixed charcoal tones with warm wood and cool posters to create a stylish, monochrome interior. Laura explains she wanted to showcase Finnish design with most of the furniture is either handmade in Finland or from Finnish furniture brands such as Adea & Valanti. Other Scandinavian brands like BoConcept & Menu also feature and those fab posters are from The Poster Club. Not only did Laura create this beautiful apartment she styled the shoot with photographer Suvi Kesäläinen. She's even let us in on the sources for the key pieces which you can find at the end of the post.

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