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Monday
Jan262015

Clouds of white books

An oasis of calm after the ceaseless clamour of the day. Respite. Retreat. Classical meets modern. Neutral sophistication. Elegant and urbane with a dash of controversy. White painted books? In this San Francisco Decorator Showcase library interior designer Geoffrey De Sousa explores the role of books and the room that contains them in a world of tablets and the Cloud.

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Monday
Jan262015

Infinity

On and on and on and on. The edge of the pool and the views. A vision. A garden design to complement the imposing simplicity of the barn house by Janice Parker Landscape Architects.

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Saturday
Jan242015

Working on a Saturday

It's just not fair having to drag your sorry old arse into work on a Saturday so you know what I say? If you have to go ... go somewhere fabulous! Like either of these offices for advertising agency Pereira & O'Dell in New York and San Francisco by interior designer Antonio Martins.  Yes please! First NYC ...

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Wednesday
Jan212015

Courtney Nye

LOVE LOVE LOVE these spaces designed by Portland, OR interior designer Courtney Nye. She blends so many different styles together and somehow manages to create such beautifully cohesive rooms that are complete eye candy. Like the kitchen in the first 2 photos. The cabinet colour (mint?) is surprisingly perfect with the subway tiles and steel accents. 

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Tuesday
Jan202015

A loft apartment by The New Design Project

This is another one of those scenarios where I apparently have been living under a rather large rock. How have I never come across this super talented design firm, based in Brooklyn NY, founded by an Anglo-French husband and wife team of ex-bankers? The New Design Project is Fanny Abbes and James Davison and their style rocks my world. Exhibit A - I LOVE THIS LOFT!!! A young couple's urban residence is enriched with bursts of bold color and texture, transforming it into an elegant and modern apartment full of strong and vibrant flavors. Modern pieces have been combined with playful accents and ethnic touches to create a space that is eclectic but undeniably urban, and is cool and relaxed whilst feeling grown-up. The use of simple graphic patterns and vivid colors tones down the existing woodwork and prevents the space from feeling overly rustic. Design by Fanny Abbes, photos by Alan Gastelum.

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