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Monday
Jul272015

A country home in Poland

Thanks to Polish interior designer Lucyna Kołodziejska for sending in photos of her latest project - her friends' country home near Gdańsk. It has many features that are favourites of mine - exposed brick, wood paneling (check out the ceiling!), black accent walls, and the hardwood on the main floor is a gorgeous colour. Great job once again Lucyna! 

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Monday
Jul272015

Live work loft

If the last project by Ensemble Architecture and Elizabeth Roberts Design was all about living large in a narrow space this one is about living and working in an expansive loft. The large industrial building is home to a sculptor wife and chef husband. Half is an artist studio and the rest a light and bright living space with a chef's kitchen for TV productions and events. Love the office next to the kitchen. A series of sliding doors provides separation between more private areas and the cooking stage.

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Monday
Jul272015

Narrow beauty

Luxury and style in a house only 11ft (that's just over 3m) wide. The narrow dwelling rises over 3 storeys and has been selectively gutted and thoughtfully renovated to create a fab family home. There's even a little surprise at the end of the garden. The Warren Mews Townhouse in the Cobble Hill neighbourhood of Brooklyn by Ensemble Architecture and Elizabeth Roberts Design.

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Friday
Jul242015

Another look at Kemble Interiors

It has been a very long time since we last featured the bold spaces of Kemble Interiors. Mostly Palm Beach glam packed with bright colours and patterns which is not a style I'm generally drawn to, the Kemble ladies can knock out other styles as well. Flavours that are more neutral as well as Hollywood Regency designs I am quite taken with and these rooms are among my favourites. I totally love the dining room above, despite its traditional vibe. Must be the black painted wainscoting with graphic floral wallpaper above ;)

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Friday
Jul242015

Because

Because I love good design. Because it's about people and their homes, their stories and their dreams, when they decide to stay and extend to continue their relationship with a building. Because it's all in the details. Because I want to highlight more of South Australian design firm Williams, Burton, Leopardi. Because.

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