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Thursday
Jul282016

A rustic, industrial library by Jamie Banfield

Beautiful slabs of walnut (I'm guessing here), reclaimed wood shelves, raw steel supports, some stunning artwork, a vintage typewriter (this one is incredible, it too is like art) together in a small space make for an ideal cozy library/workspace with a masculine, rustic, industrial feel to it. By Vancouver interior designer Jamie Banfield

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Monday
Jun132016

Sheep + Stone - Primrose house

I am reeeally loving the vibe of this Los Angeles home designed by Brooklyn-based Sheep + Stone. A bit New York funky, a bit vintage mid-century with a dark, neutral colour palette this place is just really cool and classically modern. The windows in this house are a dream. Makes me want to paint mine black. (Photos: Nicole Franzen)

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Friday
May132016

A masculine penthouse

I am bringing the work week to a close with this beauty I found by interior designer Sayre Victoria Ziskin of SVZ. It has masculine vibe with blue and black accent colours and some hard edges and industrial furnishings, but then throw in an overly (in a good way) tufted velvety sofa and the vibe becomes just a bit more feminine and playful. Overall this home is cohesive and edgy and I love it - especially all the plants, my favourite addition to a room. And check out the amazing planter in the corner of the dining room! 

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Wednesday
Feb242016

Rede Place - a modern mews home

Anyone out there with £7 million to blow on a really cool home? This might be the place for you! This 3 bedroom home includes a concrete and glass central core staircase, top floor media area, cellar/tasting room, double garage and rooftop garden. Located in Bayswater, London it was recently refinished with a masculine vibe by Maddux Creative and originally designed by Guy Stansfeld Architects. And I think it's HOT! Sadly, I do not have £7 million. For sale via Domus Nova

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Wednesday
Feb032016

Moody Brazilian

The palette is restrained, black, neutrals, wood tones except for the flashes of yellow and gold. Spaces within the open plan room are defined by ceiling heights and furniture groupings while layers of texture prevent the whole from being sterile. Moody, masculine, urban, polished, Brazilian. Itacolomi Apartment 445 by São Paulo-based architect Diego Revollo.

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