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Thursday
Feb052015

Soothing in neutrals

I had to share another space created by The New Design Project because I adore neutral spaces that have some spunk and are not the least bit dull. This New York rental apartment is anything but dull. It has tons of personality through quirky art and furnishings despite having a very limited colour palette. This is fantastic! (More details here, photos by Alan Gastelum)

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Thursday
Jan292015

Disc Interiors encore

A neutral palette contrasted with variations of black and darkest blue, layered with texture and suffused with soft light. A warm, modern design, a casual elegance, comfortable and stylish. Manhattan Beach house by Los Angeles-based Disc Interiors.

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Monday
Jan262015

Clouds of white books

An oasis of calm after the ceaseless clamour of the day. Respite. Retreat. Classical meets modern. Neutral sophistication. Elegant and urbane with a dash of controversy. White painted books? In this San Francisco Decorator Showcase library interior designer Geoffrey De Sousa explores the role of books and the room that contains them in a world of tablets and the Cloud.

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Thursday
Jan222015

Axel Vervoordt

Axel Vervoordt. If you do not know this name, you will remember it once you get to the end of this post. Axel Vervoordt of Antwerp, Belgium started out as an antiques dealer and has become one of the most influential interior designers of our time. His spaces are poetic, artistic and mesmerizing. It is almost more what is not there that what is. These first two rooms have captured me and made my heart skip a beat. 

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Wednesday
Jan072015

Ewelina's latest spaces from Poland

 It has been a few years since Polish interior designer Ewelina Makosa shared some of her designs with us (here) so I was stoked to receive an email from her over the holidays. It seems she is still making waves over in the Polish design scene (or perhaps lack thereof) and beautifying spaces with elegance and class. How I love this little kitchen. ALOT. (Is that a black sink?!?!) A second project of Ewelina's is after the jump.

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