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Friday
Aug052016

A luxurious apartment in Central Park West

If you are going to live in a 1930's high-rise in New York City, the only way to go is GLAM GLAM GLAM! This apartment on the 33rd floor of Robert A.M. Stern's 15 Central Park West is owned by a luxury bag designer, so no doubt interior design firm The Archers had to go luxurious with it. Drop dead gorgeous wallpapers by Gracie and Fornasetti adorn many walls, and the Gracie paper in the dining room is EVERYTHING - especially with the yellow curtains to play up the bold colour. The bedrooms are a playful mix of light/art deco and dark/gothic and I am totally smitten with each one. (This would make the best Airbnb!)

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Sunday
Jul242016

A flat in London with lots of character 

I get really excited when I come across a home with lots of character, where period details have been maintained. This 2 bedroom flat situated on the first and second floors of a traditional terraced house in Newington Green, north London is the home of designer Abigail Edwards, and several of her beautiful wallpapers and fabrics are featured throughout. Set against a backdrop of old wood floors, exposed brick and large windows, this definitively got me excited. Available as a location home through Shoot Factory

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Friday
Jul152016

William Morris and a Scandi boho apartment

Just when I think I can't take any more Scandi boho, white on white, bleached wood and black and white prints hung gallery style on the walls, I'm reeled right back in. Except the apartments that have me pinning and filing away images are ones that are a little more grandma boho, arts and crafts meet scandi style with a touch of sage green. I'll put it out there. I think William Morris wallpaper is so hot even after 150 years. I love this kitchen. Scandi meets Morris' Pimpernel pattern meets stainless steel (?IKEA). Via Entrance Fastighetsmäkleri.

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Monday
Jun062016

A dark apartment 

Black kitchen cabinets, black dining chairs, black backsplash, black/blue bedroom walls and cupboard, black tile bathroom....this Potts Point, Sydney apartment designed by architect and interior designer Tom Ferguson (TFAD) is dark and fabulous and not at all dreary. This moody space is subtly glamorous and there is not a white wall in sight! And I am in love with the bathroom, and that Cole & Son Nuvole Fornasetti mural. 

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Monday
Jun062016

Not quite white

Still on my mission to show that not every Swedish styled real estate listing is white on white Scandinavian boho. How about a touch of Granny chic? Not crocheted rugs and silk boho lampshades Granny chic. More traditional wallpaper, shaker style green kitchen and of course those fabulous kakelugnar. Yes there are still bare floors, rustic bleached furniture, mid century classics, an Ay Illuminate clone and a bedroom that doesn't conform to my anti-white scandi code but it's not cookie cutter. Unfortunately for us this lovely Stockholm 2 bed apartment is sold. Link here while it lasts.

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