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Thursday
Aug202015

Easy style by Anthony Sibbald

Like a second skin or a favourite old sweater, it's about casual family living without pretension but bags of easy going style. Effortless and comfortable doesn't mean complicated design. It's slipped covered sofas and slouchy pillows, crisp white walls and streamlined kitchens, luxurious bathrooms that are as simple to clean as they are good looking. Just like this apartment in Palermo, Buenos Aires by Argentinian design firm Anthony Sibbald.

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Tuesday
Aug182015

Another project by Christy Allen

Lasting and liveable, a relaxed modernism. This project by San Francisco interior designer Christy Allen is simple and timeless and can easily grow with the homeowners. Lovely. (Christy was responsible for the gorg red/orange dining room walls from this post)

Tuesday
Aug182015

A townhome by Juliette Byrne

Juliette Byrne is an architect and interior designer from London and this Fulham townhome she designed is alot of fun, with accents of pink and teal for a homeowner who likes it bold. It is sophisticated and youthful with modern furnishings and blingy bits to add to the wow factor (as if the colour wasn't enough - go big or go home!)

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Tuesday
Aug182015

Inside Outside House

"(THID) have always wondered why people need to have a holiday house... why can't everyday at home be a holiday? For a couple's home in Richmond, we were inspired by the simple pleasures in life."

So that's what Melbourne-based THID did, created a fun family home where inside and out meld.

P.S. The outdoor table base is a hydraulic lift. Coffee table to dining table, easy!

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Monday
Aug172015

Ampurdán House

No matter how my taste in interior decor changes over the years, one style has never wavered - a very rustic, centuries-old home filled with vintage and modern furnishings. The Ampurdán House whose interior is designed by Serge Castella is absolutely stunning. Pairing Panton chairs (one of my all-time favourites) with a big old reclaimed wood table surrounded by ancient architecture and an oversized piece of modern art for some extra zing is just about the best thing ever. A diamond in the rough. (Previous feature of his work here)

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