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Déjà vu

I knew it was familiar. I knew I'd seen it before. Not the living area. No, turn around. It's the kitchen. And that table. And those windows, those glorious windows. We all love clicking through the listings on our favourite location sites. It's a bit like real estate stalking. I'd never seen a house before that I recognised though until I saw this place. They filmed Jamie's 30-Minute Meals here. I must confess that my attention was only half given over to Jamie Oliver's cooking whenever I watched the program. I was scoping out the kitchen and trying to imagine what was outside those wonderful windows. Now I know. Faith House via Airspace Locations.

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Window seat

It's the little things. It could have been a simple window. Let in the light, some fresh air. By boxing out the opening with a wider, built-in bench and a sliding window all you need to do is just throw in some pillows and it's an inviting nook. Waverley House by Sydney-based architectural firm Angus Mackenzie.




It's been a little while since I featured the fabulous West Chelsea apartment by Andre Mellone of Studio Mellone. He's been busy. Don't you just love this living room in the West Chelsea penthouse he designed? That wall of books. Those windows. The height. Love!


London loft love

What a stunning loft. This 1200 sq ft space in London is a dream with massive windows along one entire side, concrete ceilings, white painted floorboards, and an eclectic touch with stained glass doors and windows and patterned tile. I would maybe redo the kitchen and add some actual cabinetry to make it more functional. Other than that the decor is really fun and random with an fairly simple colour pallet. LOVE this. Via Shoot Factory.  

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How to fake a bay window

This is a fantastic idea - build some bookcases on either side of a window and you end up with storage, a window seat and throw in some mirrors and trim and you have the cutest little reading nook in a 'bay window'. Via Granit.