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An eye for detail

Dublin based interior designer Gail Morris of Wall Morris Design emailed us with a few photos of the installation of a recently completed 'new-build' residential project in Co. Kerry, Ireland for a client who lives in New York. The design focus was on fine interior joinery, tailored and detailed for the family's needs. I know many of you will be swooning over the custom kitchen but I love the bedrooms tucked up under the roof. A new house just beginning its life with its new family. I can't wait to see it age beautifully as it gathers the layers of family life.

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Stalking warehouse déjà vu

You've seen this Surry Hills warehouse before. You've "oohed" and "aahed" over it here on the blog. It was shortlisted for the 2011 Australian Interior Design Awards. You saw it here remember? Ah yes! Now you remember. Certainly looks a little different. More lived in. More cluttered. Not so beautifully styled and squeaky new but still the same wonderful bones created by Hare + Klein Interior Design. If like me you wanted to move straight in when you first saw it then you are in luck. It's up for sale. Link here while it lasts. I'd just need to make it a little bit more like it was in the original story ;)

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Gregory Mellor

Classic, timeless, completely comfortable and serene. These are words that immediately came to mind when I found the portfolio of interior designer Gregory Mellor. Just the kind of spaces you want to come home to after a hard day's work, and where you want to hang out on weekends with a fire going, a cup of hot chocolate in one hand and your favourite shelter mag in the other (or in Jo's case at the moment, where you sit with a glass of iced tea and a hot shirtless guy - Mr. Mellor perhaps - waving palm fronds at ya). 

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New from Mim

Clean lined and modern. Fresh and young. Stylish but not precious. Wonderful new Australian homes by Mim Design. One a light and bright family home. The other a more brooding and sophisticated space. Sexy. Definitely not stuffy. (I'm seriously enamoured of the second bathroom. Elegant and serene.)

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Penny Hay

This is one of those times where the photos really do speak for themselves. Enjoy some lovely eye candy via Penny Hay Interior Architecture.


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