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The Paddington Project

New from Sydney-based design duo Christopher Glanville and Megan Burns of CM Studio the Paddington Project builds on the success of their Cross Street project. Known for their elegant, liveable, modern spaces the studio has partnered with leading Australian furniture retailer Living Edge to create the Paddington Project, a quintessential Sydney terrace renovated with sophisticated minimalist interiors and styling. Here's the twist. It's all for sale. From the Marc Newson For Noritake Espresso Cups to the MO Bed to the artwork to the house.

Additional collaborators include Sydney Florist Doctor Cooper whose floral arrangements will adorn some events throughout the project and Sebastian Goldspink who has curated a collection of contemporary Sydney artists to be represented in the space. Design Open Days Friday 27th / Saturday 28th / Sunday 29th November and Friday 4th / Saturday 5th / Sunday 6th December 1pm - 5pm. The Paddington Project is at 51 Oately Rd, Paddington.

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Linen love 

Love a linen slip-covered sofa ... or an armchair ... and a warehouse setting ... or a sandstone and glass walled living area ... or a funky inner-city pad ... and maybe in blush pink. Found via MCM House.


Our Print Collection

I'm been a big fan of Aussie stylist Emma O'Meara. Her work has appeared in Inside Out, Real Living and House & Garden just to name a few. Now she has embarked on a new adventure with photographer Jason Furnari.  They have opened an online print store called Our Print Collection where they offer affordable photographic art for interiors - limited edition pieces, either unframed or framed. I love Jason's photographs and how Emma has styled the shots on the website. Now I just have to choose a favourite!

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Working on a Saturday

Saturday? Work day? Bummer! But there's no need to be glum if you work in someplace stylish and fun. I'd happily drag my sorry self into work if I was a sales assistant at vintage clothing and accessories store, Vintage Sole, by Melbourne-based Moth Design. Yes cool clothes, yes copper pipe hanging racks but whoa, knockout stencil floor idea for those of us who can't afford meters and meters of encaustic tiles.

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Green Light District

Last weekend while the husband and I were in Toronto participating in the Fall Antique & Vintage Market we FINALLY got to visit Green Light District. Deborah and David started this shop here in Ottawa but a few years ago packed up and moved themselves and the store to Toronto. This was my first time in Toronto since the move so I was stoked to check out their new digs in the really fun neighbourhood of Roncesvalles (a short jaunt from downtown). We met them at the shop where I toured around drooling over all their wares and snapped photos, then we all went for dinner a 2 minute walk down the street at Hopgood Foodliner (amazing drinks and food - try the Newfie Fried Rice!). I really can't wait to go back to GLD and check out more of that 'hood. Thank you so much Deborah and David! Missed you guys!

Just beyond the Subway is The Chocolateria - OMG! Need to definitively stop in there on the next visit. 

Their sign from the Ottawa shop looking right at home against a beautifully restored brick wall. 

That petal table is so freaking cute. And such incredible craftsmanship.

They have REAL butterfly chairs complete with leather covers and steel bases. I have always wanted one of those. 

(Mom - you need this lamp!)

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