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Sunday
Apr032016

Sunday inspiration

I was poking around Marie Claire Maison yesterday and came across a few homes that really captured my attention so I thought I would share a couple of them. This Marrakech home has gorgeous features that are typical of Moroccan architecture but the owners have spiced things up with some mid-century modern furnishings. A quirky combination, and I love it. 

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Wednesday
Nov252015

Standard Studio extras

Standard Studio. No standard looking spaces here!

Wednesday
Nov252015

Old school conversion

It is hard to believe this was once a school. This modern, bright and airy loft in Amsterdam is now home to a family of five. The teacher’s lounge became bedrooms and the classroom became the living space. The kitchen is fantastic! I especially love the wall of open storage over the sink cabinet section. Such a fun place to raise kids in. No worries about the floors getting scratched up (it's concrete) or one of the kids hiding somewhere and wrecking havoc (their toys are stashed in the play area under the stairs). By Standard Studio.

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Thursday
May142015

Manfung & Angel's Dutch apartment

Manfung & Angel (whose shop OHMYHOME I featured back in November) had their first child in March so they are are selling their apartment in Rotterdam, the Netherlands for something with more space. It is white, bright and so perfectly cozy (now that they have renovated it to make it perfect!) so someone needs to scoop this place up! More details on their blog. Gorg!

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Wednesday
Apr012015

A home with history

This Amsterdam home blows my mind. If I walked in someone would need to hold me up because I would probably drop to the floor. Seriously though, the architecture, the bold colours, the herringbone hardwood floor, the checkerboard marble tile, those freaking windows (!!!)...then throw in some cool mid-century furniture and I totally become weak in the knees. Again by interior designer Roelfien Vos

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