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Tuesday
Sep092014

A garage loft in Amsterdam

No, I will never tire of industrial spaces. When James van der Velden of BRICKS Amsterdam emailed to let me know he has completed a few new projects, I admittedly got pretty damn excited. He is a master at industrial decor and this Garage loft in Amsterdam is legit and so very cool. I am going to go to bed tonight dreaming about this space with a giant smile on my face. (I should IG that sh*t) 

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Monday
Aug042014

Passage Landrieu

The trip had been long. Australia is, after all, the other side of the world but as the taxi made its way towards Passage Landrieu her excitement mounted. She was in Paris. At last. Tomorrow the adventure would begin in earnest. For now, though, she stood in the doorway of the loft she would call home for the next few days. She felt in tingle run up her spine as she took it all in. So chic, so eclectic, so perfect. (Via onefinestay.)

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Monday
Jul072014

A sophisticated loft

I was craving a little sophistication, a little hip and chic, and came across this loft by California design firm Caitlin & Caitlin (Caitlin McCarthy and Caitlin Murray) that does the trick. It is an eclectic mix of modern and Hollywood Regency, random colours and patterns, yet the marriage of disparate pieces makes for a very intriguing home. Love it!

 

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Wednesday
Jun182014

A converted Victorian dairy 

Far away in the land of Notting Hill is a beautiful old brick building that was a former dairy. Architect Theo Otten happened upon the magical structure and created a voluminous, minimalist home fit for a king...or an art collector. For sale by Domus Nova

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Friday
Jun062014

A mid-century loft

Some random googling the other day led me to this incredible Brooklyn loft and I had to share it with you all. It is the home of Brin Reinhardt and Nathan Ursch of Breuckelen Berber - 960 sq ft of gorgeous loftiness located in a converted sandpaper factory. They have it all decked out with to-die-for classic mid-century pieces that create such a vivacious, eye-catching space. And OMG, their cats are named Charles and Ray (the Eameses). Gawd I love this! (Via Houzz)

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