Entries in marble (43)

Monday
Nov202017

A mid-century renovation in California

A simple, somewhat minimalist, mid-century renovation in Royal Woods, California by 22 INTERIORS. Super bright and modern, I would have loved to see a bit more colour and "stuff", and maybe those ceiling beams left unpainted, but the marble and banquette in the kitchen make up for it. :)

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Thursday
Oct192017

An apartment in Milan in dark neutrals

I found this exquisite apartment in Milan by interior designer Paolo Badesco and had to share because Europeans always seem to know what to do when it comes to architecture and not following rules. There is nothing trendy about this apartment and that is why I love it. Also, THOSE CHEVRON WOOD FLOORS. AND THAT MARBLE BATHROOM. WOW! As an aside, I can't stop laughing. Did the dog in the photo above eat the trim on the door and this is his guilty face?

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Sunday
Oct012017

Sunday at the racetrack

NAP is based in Poland and creates fabulous home furnishings that can be purchased online and through 6 brick and mortar shops (they also sell some really great brands like Artemide, Lampe Gras, Gubi and Tom Dixon). They recently started dabbling in interior design and their first project was the decor of a racetrack in Warsaw, located in a modernist building built in 1939. In 2 months they outfitted a 3 level, 1500 sq m area consisting of bars, restaurants and lounge areas. Not only are the furnishings gorgeous (NAP, Gubi, Tom Dixon and Zoffana wallpaper), but I love that they dug through archive photos of the building in an attempt to replicate the interiors as they would have been back in the 40's. Art deco design at its finest.  

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Wednesday
Sep272017

Another restored home in London by Undercover Architecture

What is not to love about this house???!! You have some original features like these crazy huge glass door/window situations, moldings and panelling, then add in a couple of hidden doors (!!!!!), a beautiful kitchen, what looks like Dinesen wood floors and a bathroom wrapped in marble. DYING!!! Another project in London by Undercover Architecture

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Thursday
Sep212017

Kitchen love

It's a modern kitchen with a difference. There's a hint of the traditional, a touch of Art Deco and a freshness of the future. The wall of storage behind sliding glass is particularly eye-catching. Unexpected and custom. What's not to love? By Sydney-based Nina Maya Interiors.