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Uptown prewar

Lawd half mursey I adore this New York dwelling by architecture firm raad studio. The dark floors, beautiful (original I presume) moldings, neutral colour scheme with just enough black, and OMG that kitchen! This is the definition of a considered home. It is fairly simple yet every inch is just as it should be. I was sitting here prepping this post wondering if I could live here. I would LOVE to live here but I can't imagine going thrifting and coming home with something totally random...where would it go? 

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Louise Jones Interiors - Regents Park

A home fit for a queen, with a WHAM BAM THANK YOU MA'AM foyer and a sumptuous kitchen filled with mirror. This is HOT. Designed again by Louise Jones Interiors

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Compass & Rose

I have some kitchen love to spread today. These 2 kitchens by London interior design firm Compass & Rose are the bees knees! Butcher block, matte black cabinetry, industrial and mid-century touches, reclaimed wood, subway tiles...they have it all. And then stellar photos (by Alexis Hamilton) to boot!

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Hello Kitchen

Actually hello two kitchens from the portfolio of Austin, Texas based design firm Hello Kitchen. Full of character, popping with colour and definitely not your cookie cutter kitchen.

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Happy Friday!

Happy Friday dear readers! It has been a long work week and I am so grateful the weekend is upon us! But my work never seems to end. Tonight I will be helping the husband set up his booth at this year's Etsy Made in Canada show here in Ottawa taking place Saturday and Sunday which all you Ottawans should come out to because it's the biggest crafty show of the year! And maybe buy a vintage radio converted into a Bluetooth speaker. ;) (Or at least stop by and entertain me for a few minutes.) Anyhoo, there goes my weekend. But before I go I leave you with a couple of spaces I came across lately that I cannot get out of my head. There's nothing spectacular about them but for some reason I am drawn to their random eclecticism. Because I love me some random decor. 

Architectural Digest Germany

Architectural Digest Spain