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Tuesday
Mar242015

Kitchens by Mark Lewis

North London's Mark Lewis Interior Design creates some of the most beautiful Euro-style rustic kitchens I have ever seen. Forget sleek and modern when you can have reclaimed wood, carrera marble, big old farmhouse sinks and funky faucets made of copper pipe. I adore each and every one of these. (And Jo featured another one a while ago)

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Wednesday
Mar112015

A dreamy kitchen 

I just want to eat this kitchen up (on a giant waffle cone!) and LOOK AT THOSE FLOOR TILES!!!! GORGEOUS!
Via NFA Arquitectura 

Tuesday
Mar032015

Kitchen love

Those windows! The subway tile!. The lights! Love this kitchen by Christine Lane Interiors.

Sunday
Mar012015

L’après-guerre 

Often times an architect's portfolio seems so unattainable. I was pleasantly surprised when I came across this project by Montreal architects L. McComber, because it appears to be a very attainable renovation - taking an older home and making it current and functional without a bunch of fancy and unnecessary detail. To conserve the best aspects of this post-war worker housing: this is what a young family asked their architect. The wood floors and almost all of the walls and original plaster mouldings have been restored. A series of targeted modifications helped to bring light and a modern feel to the home: a new pantry-wall in the kitchen, sliding doors to the hallway and a serving hatch in the dining room. The bathroom has been expanded underneath the existing skylight dividing it with the bath on one side and a large storage wall on the other. Cascading onto the natural quartz ceramic, the overhead light provides a welcoming depth in this tiny space. A small playroom in the basement covered with birch wood ceiling and fibre board walls created a pleasant refuge for the kids.

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Friday
Feb272015

Cave Interiors - items of note

There is nothing more quaint than a little built-in seating area in a kitchen. I have always wanted one. (I'll take that sign too)

Something else I have always wanted - a proper media room with loungey sofas for movie nights. 

The dark painted cubes are a great way to break up the monotony of piles of books, and are perfect for showcasing little treasures, like penguins. 

Via Cave Interiors