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Beth Kooby Design

Atlanta, Georgia based Beth Kooby Design is all about creating spaces that have a perfect balance of style and function. A casual vibe that is youthful and timeless at the same time, Beth's designs have totally won me over. Especially the first bathroom floor tile below. Ann Sacks for the win!!!

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Bergen Street townhouse

Oh how I love thee Brooklyn brownstones....especially when featuring the dreamiest of kitchens. The Bergen Street Townhouse is a 20 foot wide by 40 foot deep Italianate brownstone located in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Park Slope. The house was completed gut renovated to create a 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom house for a growing family with a rental apartment on the garden level. All walls including structural walls were removed from the Parlor Level to create a completely open plan for Kitchen, Dining and Living. A large steel and glass window wall was inserted into the rear of the house to open the Parlor Level to a new patio and stairs that lead to the garden. Via Elizabeth Roberts/Ensemble Architecture.

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Caught up in the details

I had to share this cozy little spot (LOL) in Biarritz, France because it is all about the details, and details that will knock your socks off! Elegant harlequin marble tile, beautifully detailed woodwork, stunning chandeliers, a marble bathroom to die for...it is exquisite all around. By Paris-based design couple Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier

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Ministerstwo Spraw We Wnętrzach

Marcin and Magda Konopka are the duo behind Ministerstwo Spraw We Wnętrzach (Ministry of Interior Affairs) based in Gdansk, Poland. This is one of their projects - Grand Oak House, where beautiful and warm oak played a central role. Nods towards nature including forest and wheat murals and earthy colours mixed with grey warm up the modern architectural elements of concrete and steel. Gorgeous. 

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Happy Friday!

Happy Friday dear readers! It has been a long work week and I am so grateful the weekend is upon us! But my work never seems to end. Tonight I will be helping the husband set up his booth at this year's Etsy Made in Canada show here in Ottawa taking place Saturday and Sunday which all you Ottawans should come out to because it's the biggest crafty show of the year! And maybe buy a vintage radio converted into a Bluetooth speaker. ;) (Or at least stop by and entertain me for a few minutes.) Anyhoo, there goes my weekend. But before I go I leave you with a couple of spaces I came across lately that I cannot get out of my head. There's nothing spectacular about them but for some reason I am drawn to their random eclecticism. Because I love me some random decor. 

Architectural Digest Germany

Architectural Digest Spain