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Saturday
Apr022016

Saturday get-together

Saturdays are for leisurely get-togethers with friends. Breakfast and a large cup of coffee to get the body in gear. (You know that Aussies can't function without their cappuccino, flat white or latte fix in the morning.) Late brunch because last night went on a little too long. Even a cocktail hour wind down after a long day of doing nothing much. I'd love if this espresso and cocktail bar was just down the road from my gaff. I'd certainly be on a first name basis with the staff. Love the marble hex tile creeping up the exposed brick wall and the reclaimed brass shelving designed to look like a bar cart suspended from the ceiling. Holborn Grind, London by Biasol: Design Studio.

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Wednesday
Feb102016

Kitchen crush

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." And how simply chic is this kitchen by interior designer Nicole Davis with its palette of white and gold? Love the mix of marble with wood and brass. If you need more than the few projects on Nicole's website then you only need explore her instagram account. I'm hooked.

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Wednesday
Jan202016

The hidden kitchen

Is it a minimalist's dream kitchen or the lazy cook's ultimate "shove the mess behind the door" daydream? Either way this ultra sleek, ultra chic Sydney kitchen is a standout for not standing out. The precision joinery is blowing my mind. The Hidden Kitchen by Minosa Design.

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Thursday
Jan142016

Packington Street

Clean lines and a classic colour palette of black and white warmed with wood tones combine to create a stylish contemporary home in Melbourne by design firm Hunter & Richards. But it's the details that take it to the next level. Love the stone and stainless steel kitchen and the bespoke joinery throughout.

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Thursday
Dec032015

Elegant in monochrome

When Marilyn Monroe meets creams/grey/taupe, luscious fabrics and some marble. This stunning 19th century terraced home in London was lovingly refurbished and restored (including historic lath, horsehair plaster walls and hand detailed plasterwork) by Duck & Shed. Elegance and sophistication with a complete monochrome colour scheme. 

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