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Tuesday
Dec162014

Transitional traditional

Here is another project by Rethink Design Studio I wanted to share. This is definitively leaning towards traditional with a really soothing colour palette. And the fact that I don't mind such a traditional space means this group of designers really know their stuff and can appeal to a broad range of tastes. Kudos to that. And kudos on the use of that glorious tufted chaise in the bedroom.

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Tuesday
Dec162014

Traditional with an edge

Jo featured a really lovely beachy pad several months back by Georgia-based interior designers Rethink Design Studio and today I bring you some more projects by this super talented team. This is a home for a family of four was once traditional and is now edgy with a mid-century vibe. I love that they took such a classic-detailed home and brought it into this decade. I bet the kids are proud to bring their friends home now! (They should consider a kitchen redo though - bleh). 

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Tuesday
Dec092014

Classic Jenny Wolf

Though I am still not over the gloriousness of the loft in my previous post, here is another project by Jenny Wolf that proves this designer can whip up just about anything and make it fresh and hip. Even when you're using granny's chair (above). This apartment is fairly traditional and classic, yet she manages to keep it cool. Very impressive. 

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Friday
Oct242014

A little country

We don't post many traditional/country spaces here, I mostly don't because I am generally not a fan. But these spaces designed by Montreal interior designer Scott Yetman are an exception. I really enjoy these tranquil, liveable designs and their neutral colour palettes. There just needs to be a dog and some cats curled up in front of the fireplace and a cup of hot apple cider in my hand and LE SIGH. 

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Monday
Sep082014

The Studio at Harrods

I recently learned via some googling that Harrods department store has its own team of architects and interior designers that form The Studio at Harrods. Their style (not surprisingly) leans a bit towards traditional but the homes they have designed are so beautiful and this style really suits the landscape. Serene, classy and timeless. It works. 

P.S. Sorry, no pet post today. I'm short on entries again. :(

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