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Thursday
Nov202014

A really cool Brooklyn townhouse

I don't know how I missed the reveal of this incredibly awesome townhouse last year in the New York Times. Owned by Beastie Boys' Mike D, he lives in this 3200 sq ft Brooklyn home built in 1853 with his wife and 2 boys, and they spent 6 months and about $500K on renovations. The result is phenomenal - eclectic and funky decor that works so well with the traditional architecture. I love all of the touches of brass throughout (especially the kitchen *GASP*), and the fun Brooklyn Toile wallpaper (from Flavor Paper) was designed by Mike. I could just pack up my clothes and the cats and hubby and move right in without changing a single thing. 

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Thursday
Nov132014

Pretty Please

It's the OTT entrance to a nightclub but my head is spinning with the possibility of including something like this somewhere in my house. Pretty Please. No that's not me begging. That's the name of the Melbourne club designed by Travis Walton.

Thursday
Jul172014

An eclectic home in France

OMG this home is A M A Z I N G! I spotted it on The Socialite Family and had to share. It is a glorously eclectic home in Nantes, France that has me devouring each space over and over again. I want to commit it to memory and dream about it every night. Yes, I love it that much. (Photos by Constance Gennari)

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Tuesday
Jul082014

Oh yessssss!

* Sublimely glorious * Dimore Studio *

Thursday
May222014

My favourite home...ever

You may have noticed I love Paris-based magazine MilK - their decor features in particular. I was pretty stoked when I came across the latest issue of MilK Decoration at a local magazine shop a few weeks back. There are lots of fantastic homes inside but one in particular knocked it right out of the ballpark. It is the vacation home of Laurence (co-founder of the shop Serendipity) located on Île de Ré, an island off the west coast of France. This is the home of my dreams - every single inch of it. Ocean views for starters, large windows, high ceilings, wide plank wood flooring, earthy colour palette, beautiful lighting (Jieldé!), raw & natural textures (those linen sofa covers and bedding!), vintage re-purposed items (tubs from washing machines used as bedside tables), large artwork....it is an endless list. If you can find this magazine, BUY IT. It is worth every cent, and more. These photos look even more glorious in print. This has become my new bible. I sleep with it under my pillow. ;) Photos via Karel Balas.

That photo above? That is heaven.