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Friday
Jan292016

A kitchen and bathroom renovation 

Buenos Aires based architect Maria Eugenia Carranza of Estudio Carranza emailed us about a couple of her latest projects. This kitchen and bathroom renovation was my favourite. Any kitchen with a black floor and white subway tile with dark grout is going to win me over. Throw in a bathroom with beautiful, bold floral wallpaper and I am left shouting YES! YES! YES! followed by a fist pump.

Sunday
Jan172016

An eclectic apartment in Moscow

I spotted this fun apartment in Moscow featured on The Village and had to share. It is wonderfully eclectic and is filled with some of my favourite things - patterned encaustic tile, fun wallpapers, copper lights, and rustic furnishings. The modern mixed with global vibe makes this a funky little getaway in the city. (Photos: Michael Stepanov)

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Tuesday
Jan122016

More beach

In keeping with my beach theme for today, and because last night I booked my annual flight to Puerto Vallarta to get my arse to a beach instead of knee-deep in snow, here is another glimpse into a Chango & Co. project. This one is an East Hampton beach cottage with some beautiful shades of blue. (Photos: Ball & Albanese)

Tuesday
Jan122016

Westhampton beach playhouse

The New York based design team of Chango & Co. continue to blow me away with their spectacular spaces. This home is by far one of my favourites. It helps that it is a beach house. You can pretty much get away with anything at a client's second home - like pineapple wallpaper and REALLY bright yellow paint. The tricky part is having "fun" designing a giant five bedroom beach house that needs a major overhaul (and a lot of minor construction) on a ten-week timeline. So with complete creative freedom, but very little time, we set out to design a home that would serve as an escape from the city and the restraints of apartment living for this young couple and their three beautiful (and very playful) children. From the front porch, this home looks like any other house in the quiet family neighborhood that surrounds it. When the door you enter reveals a banana yellow interior, the foyer leads to a formal dining room with pineapple patterned walls, then into a candy-colored kitchen… you know you’re in the midst of people who know how to have fun. Each room was crafted around the vividly colorful personalities in the family to encourage as much unrestrained joy & unconfined playtime as possible and the end result is a celebration of whimsy & lightness of spirit… a true playhouse for kids, big and small alike. (Photos: Sean Litchfield)

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Tuesday
Dec152015

A bold London home

Lessons in modernizing a Victorian home. Paint some moldings black. Add graphic elements in rugs, sofas and wallpaper. If the kitchen isn't working for you, create a new one. Include some vintage bits and bobs and there you have it! By Turner Pocock Interior Design.

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