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Tuesday
Dec092014

Classic Jenny Wolf

Though I am still not over the gloriousness of the loft in my previous post, here is another project by Jenny Wolf that proves this designer can whip up just about anything and make it fresh and hip. Even when you're using granny's chair (above). This apartment is fairly traditional and classic, yet she manages to keep it cool. Very impressive. 

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Tuesday
Dec092014

A masculine loft 

This loft is one of my favourite homes I have featured this year. I FREAKING LOVE THIS. I saw a glimpse of it on The Bowerbirds and lost my mind. Yesterday was a feminine loft and today it is much more masculine. And as much as I loved yesterday's loft, this one IS IT. The creation of Jenny Wolf Interiors

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Tuesday
Dec092014

Barwon Heads Beach House

A family beach house with a contemporary take on traditional features. A classic palette of limed oak timber, painted lining boards and white walls. Stylish, casual living. Pleysier Perkins with Mim Design.

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Monday
Dec082014

A feminine loft

This is the loft of interior designer Heather Garrett. It is distinctively feminine, totally gorgeous and a dream space. Especially the first room below. LOVE! Turn a 1,100 s/f warehouse loft into a spacious 3 bedroom/2 bath apartment? With some solid geometry and careful space planning, Heather did just that. Her growing family needed more space (her children, 10 and 12, were now too old to share a room), and a single bath was definitely not cutting it. With 21′ high ceilings, there was room for a badly needed second level. So Heather designed a floating staircase using locally reclaimed pine from neighboring warehouses, leading to a pair of bedroom with shared bath and “hangout” spot where the kids could read, play piano, or just get a (little) distance from mom downstairs. The result is light and bright, with a spacious feel. (Photos by John Bessler)

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Saturday
Dec062014

Working on a Saturday

I don't think I have ever featured a travel agent on the blog before but this space is somewhere I'd be happy to call home. (Have you noticed I have a recurring daydream about living in commercial spaces?) East Ivanhoe Travel and Cruise takes its cue from a golden age of travel with a 60s style, an age where personalised service was the norm not a luxury. A contemporary look with a Mad Men riff. Interior design by Flack Studio.

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