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Friday
Dec132013

Loftiness

It's Friday thankfully, and I have a massive of list of things I need to get done since I have the day off from my day job. I love the holidays, I just hate all the running around. Anyway, I have about 2 minutes to get this post done so please enjoy some lofty eye candy by Italian architect Roberto Murgia


 

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Monday
Nov182013

A colourful apartment

I found this fun apartment while doing some blog research and had to share. The 65m2 space is located in Villefranche-sur-Mer, France and is the creation of Turin, Italy based architecture firm MG2 Architetture. It's a funky blend of modern and mid-century, bold and sassy colour and some of my all-time favourite lighting. 

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Wednesday
Nov132013

Serena Eller Vainicher update

It's been a few years since Jo featured the mesmerizing images by Italian photographer Serena Eller Vainicher, and it seems that her work just keeps on inspiring. Eye-catching and perfectly composed. European spaces always intrigue me. Who else can get away with somewhat tacky patterned tile floors? 

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Wednesday
Oct232013

Cactus in the kitchen

Nothing fancy, just a very white apartment decorated with an odd assortment of lighting, furniture and a huge cactus in the kitchen. Because WHY NOT?! Via Le case di Elixìr.

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Sunday
Oct132013

Crate madness

Happy Thanksgiving to all our Canadian readers! I am beyond excited to head to my parents later today and eat my face off. :) Speaking of giving thanks, I know I should be thankful that I have a home (among many other things) but WOW - I'd rather live in this funky loft! I have an obsession with vintage storage items - particularly wooden crates, and I have never seen anything like this before. It's crate madness!!!! They're EVERYWHERE!!! They're makeshift walls, a kitchen island base, a bed, night stands, a coffee table, sofas, a bathroom vanity..... (via Le case di Elixìr) **OOPS - Jo already blogged it here but these photos are much better)

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