Entries in mirrors (22)

Monday
Nov132017

Toluca Lake home by Barbie Palomino

I really love this home in Toluca Lake, LA designed by Barbie Palomino. It is eclectic with bits of drama including unique wall art, accent colours used in rugs and textiles, gallery walls and some black. And featuring an adorable little pooch for added awesomeness. 

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Wednesday
Sep202017

House of Mirrors

Mirrors. They reflect light. They increase the sense of space in a room. They can mess with your mind ... in a good way in the case of the "invisible" pillar in this top floor apartment in Plaça Catalunya in the centre of Barcelona. The renovation by Nook Architects uses "contemporary and warm finishes (to) highlight the original envelope, which is only altered to bring back a spirit more honest to the building’s tectonics and to allow it to evolve to today’s standard of comfort and living style." In other words stylish modern living in an amazing old building in a great location. Perfect.

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Friday
Jul282017

An eclectic apartment in Paris by Camille Hermand

This 350m2  in Paris is a total dream with to-die-for moldings galore and my favourite chevron hardwood throughout. Add a floral wallpaper that I am completely smitten with, massive ornate mirrors, a luxurious kitchen and some bold paint colours and I am about ready to move right in! Another stunner by the incredibly talented Camille Hermand Architectures

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Thursday
Jul212016

Kitchen envy

Because sometimes white subway tiles, thin marble countertops, gilded mirrors and a vintage crystal chandelier is all you need. Via JG Interiors

Thursday
Apr142016

Stalking a little black terrace house

Not much over 4m wide but with its modern renovation and addition, this wooden terrace house in Balmain, Sydney manges to squeeze in 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and openplan living on a small inner city block. A little bit industrial, a little bit scandi modern and all with light pouring in through skyligfhts and voids. I wouldn't call it tiny but it certainly is compact. Link here while it lasts.