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Thursday
Jan152015

Kropka

Ewa of Gdynia, Poland owns the cutest little bar/bistro called Kropka and sent us some photos. More proof that the Polish design scene is not dead! I just love every tiny inch of this place - the colour scheme of black and white with yellow accents, walls of pegboard, Scandinavian-esque furniture outside. I would absolutely stop here for a sandwich. :)

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Wednesday
Jan072015

Hole in the wall

Can't get by without it and there is nowhere better to feed my addiction than a hip hole in the wall. Coffee and a dose of cool. Nice Day, a 7 sqm down a laneway in Auckland's CBD by Material Creative.

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Monday
Nov242014

Steve Herud extras

Beautiful artwork - especially against the matte dark grey walls. (Nomads apartment Berlin)

I could sit in this restaurant for hours and drink myself silly. Cool atmosphere. (Themroc)

Most creative TV stand for a bedroom EVER. (25 Hours Wien Hotel)

Fun DIY for a headboard in a boys room. (Superbude Hotel)

Monday
Nov242014

Steve Herud

I have not been this enthralled with a photographer who shoots commercial spaces in a long time, but Steve Herud is a genius when it comes to capturing funky restaurants, hotels and rental apartments. These spaces are gorgeous despite being commercial, and provide tons of inspiration for residential applications. (These photos include Hotel Superbude, Pappa e Ciccia restaurant, No Fire No Glory coffee shop, the FvF + Vitra apartment, Hotel Das Stue, 25 Hours Wien Hotel)

~ Sorry, short on pet entries this week. If you have submission please send them to kim[at]desiretoinspire[dot]net.  

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Thursday
Oct162014

G-sign

Since we seem to be on a roll with commercial spaces today, here is another one that was sent to us recently by G-sign, a small design studio in Moscow that specializes in branding and commercial design. This restaurant called Funny Cabany is so cool - I adore the centre tiled cube (the kitchen?), the use of reclaimed wood and industrial light fixtures, and OHHH those brown leather chairs! 

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