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Thursday
May262016

More from Doherty Design Studio

What could be more marvelous? More wonderful? More inspiring? What could be more enjoyable than more from Melbourne-based Doherty Design Studio? Presenting the Malvern residence. You're welcome.

Thursday
May262016

Studio McGee encore

It's no secret that we love design firm Studio McGee here on Desire to Inspire. Their homes are always so fresh and family friendly, stylish but never pretentious. I'm particularly taken by their Claybourne Project. The combined family room/kitchen is fabulous but it's the office that has me green with envy.

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Monday
May232016

Claire Stevens

Bright, summery, energetic, refreshing and with enduring appeal. These spaces by Brisbane, Australia interior designer Claire Stevens are all of those things and so much more. I am dying over this first kitchen that was created as part of Claire's firm's studio. Gorgeous and light, and the addition of pink is fun and so easy to change out. (Photos: Toby Scott, Daniel Maddock)

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Monday
May232016

Mondays need coffee

One sure fire cure for Mondayitis is a cup of coffee at your favourite, local cafe. And if my local coffee joint had as much pastel meets subtropical meets neon sign goodness then I might just stay for a second. Hang on .... I stay for a second cup anyway. It's all bright light through shop windows, painterly touches, brass, man buns and La Marzocco at Mr Hoffman in Niddrie, Melbourne by designer Joanne Motee.

Friday
May202016

An exuberant pied-à-terre

The makeover of this inner city Sydney pied-à-terre saw a nondescript apartment become a celebration of personality and charm. Too often inner city living is thought of in terms of slick finishes and sharp lines, hip and hard. Not here. It's all about colour, pattern, a stunning harbour view and a whole lot of fun. Potts Point pied-à-terre by interior designers Arent & Pyke.

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