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Monday
Feb112008

Have you seen?


My favourite Aussie shelter magazine has to be Inside Out. "Inspiring homes with heart" is how the cover reads. A must subscribe! It certainly delivered this month. Just look at these two finds featured on their pages.


What started as a wedding present has grown into a business. Sydney design duo Marika Järv and Alice Flynn are Print Dolls reproducing a range of destination rolls from old trams, buses and trains. Sydney stops are available now with other cities to come. Their website is under construction but the contact details are there if you can't wait.


Interior architect Anna Keen just couldn't find the right dog house for her styling pooch. That is until she designed her own. Barchitecture offers a range of too cute doggie decor. Check out the designer wallpaper!

Friday
Jan112008

White walls


It seems Denmark is the white wall capital of the world. Is it because everyone rents there so no one is allowed to paint? I am not a huge fan of white walls....until I look at photos such as these from the site Bolig Magasinet, and then I want to strip and paint my hardwood floors and all the walls white.

Thursday
Jan102008

I want to live here and there


I love losing myself in my favourite magazine websites and one of the best is Marie Claire Maison. I really love the home of stylist Marthe Desmoulins. A modern colourful reworking of a 17th century building.


The second home I would move into immediately looked very familiar to me until I realised that Kim had posted about it back in March. Now there are more photos of this Amsterdam home on the Marie Claire Maison website. With grey one of the major trends for the coming year these fashion forward interiors are definitely worth a revisit.

Thursday
Jan032008

*sigh*

Some gorgeous photos, from the Danish website/magazine Boligtorvet. Always fabulous.

Monday
Nov262007

Mies van der Rohe-inspired apartment

The following photos are of a 500 square foot apartment in Chicago that was renovated and decorated by architect Peter Roesch and his wife. They have since sold it to friends, furniture included. It's simple, modern and clean-lined, with tons of storage to keep it clutter-free.