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Entries in grey (105)

Thursday
Jun022016

Moody Scandinavian

White walls seem to be getting a bad rap this days. All those insipid white walls. There is nothing washed-out about this Swedish apartment though. Moody greys add depth and character, acting as a foil to all the Scandi white. A small 32 m2 home with style and personality recently sold by Stockholm real estate brokers Historiska Hem.

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Tuesday
May242016

A love letter

Dear Simpson Jacoby Architecture,

I just wanted to pen a short note to let you know how much I love your work on this old house. Sympathetic, stylish, simple and soft. Love the colour palette, the whitewashed floors, the kitchen and the restored, sinuous stairs rising to that dark and moody studio office. Love how your client has filled it gently and thoughtfully with their possessions and how you knew it would be just so. Love it all.

Regards,

Jo

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Friday
May202016

Chez Marie-Sixtine

Located at 5 rue de Charonne in Paris is fashion brand Marie-Sixtine's flagship boutique, creative workshop, showroom, and above it all, their highly-exclusive chic hideaway called Chez Marie-Sixtine. One of the most beautiful apartments I have ever seen in pastels and greys, so soothing and inviting. Except I don't think I could ever leave that bedroom. EVER. Interior design: Sandrine Place Architect: Baptiste Legué Photos: Julie Ansiau

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Thursday
May122016

French grey

Two floors of French fabulousness in this apartment by Paris design duo RMGB. On the upper level are kitchen, dining and living areas with a mezzanine reached by a ladder, all tucked into the building's eaves. Downstairs bedroom and bathroom with exposed beams. Minimal, modern lines with custom joinery and beautiful oak floors, all united with the perfect shade of grey.

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Tuesday
Mar292016

Villa V3

I wanted to share this monochromatic dream of a home with you today because often black/white/grey and concrete don't get the praise they deserve. The clean lines, simple architecture and modern furnishings paired with the glorious Dinesen wood floors (my absolute favourite of all time) make this 371 m2 home in Risskov, Denmark by architecture firm Ardess completely blog worthy. In every way. 

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