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Studio Suss

Simone Suss of London-based design firm Studio Suss takes the serious out of decor and just has fun. Elegant spaces with unexpected colour pairings, unique furnishings + art + textiles that when combined create an eclectic and visually stimulating experience. And OMG what is that art above?!?! LOVE IT!!!!

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Indoors and out

In Australia we love to blur the line between indoors and out. Honestly I believe if it was possible we'd live in a house with no walls. Not very practical so the next best thing is a seamless transition from inside living to out. I love this house in Clovelly, Sydney by The Designory. A relaxed sophistication with a neutral palette playing off against the bright blue of the pool.


Working on a Saturday

It's like I say week after week. If you have to drag yourself into the office on the weekend it certainly helps if it's stylish and cool. Just like the offices of In Plus Inc, an interior design firm and architectural firm based in New York.

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A mansion in Surrey Hills

We are back in Surrey, U.K. but now featuring a 10,000 sq ft mansion restructured and redesigned by Maurizio Pellizzoni. Dating from 1901, this large Edwardian property is rooted in the Arts and Crafts movement. The client was keen to incorporate existing pieces of furniture from various family trips abroad into the new design. These pieces were distributed amongst the rooms in the house, and used as the inspiration behind each room's individual colour scheme and feel, creating an eclectic yet personal overall design aesthetic. Maurizio completely redesigned the kitchen alongside a local expert kitchen maker. Particular attention was paid to final details throughout the property in order to achieve a high-level of elegance and sophistication in the design, such as the beautifully crafted door handles by Charles Edwards. For the relaxed and informal living space, the client requested timeless nautical style that would also translate to a contemporary, English countryside setting. In order to achieve this, Maurizio designed a scheme inspired by the signature Hampton's style, an effortless mix of smart tailoring, cool blue and neutral tones and natural materials. Maurizio worked to develop bespoke furniture pieces, which use local craft, materials and resources to reinforce the connection between the property and its location in the English countryside.

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Love Interiors

By now you will know how much I love an English kitchen so I thought I'd start this Surrey house tour in the kitchen and what a fabulous kitchen it is! It's not just this room that is great though. The rest of the house by Love Interiors (apt name don't you think?) is mighty fine as well.

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