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Wednesday
Dec072016

Swiss Place by Jen Langston

A really good kitchen really makes a home. And that is why I am starting off this post with the kitchen. It is DIVINE. From the flooring (matte black painted wood?) and the amazing stove to those freaking windows!! I DIE FOR THOSE WINDOWS!!! This home is such a lovely blend of styles - a bit industrial, classic, vintage, European, masculine...it all works so well together. I frankly would do anything for that kitchen and bathroom XOXO. By Jen Langston Interiors

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Tuesday
Nov152016

Stalking 1

I can't believe how light, how airy this apartment is. Love the old industrial windows, the furniture, that piece of art hanging above the lovely white dining setting, the curves. The whole thing is a hip "cross between art gallery, industrial space, and home". Add the fact that it's in my fav inner-city Sydney suburb of Redfern and sometimes real estate stalking makes me very, very jealous. Link here while it lasts.

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Wednesday
Oct262016

An English kitchen

Oh I do love an English kitchen. The wooden cabinets, in this case with a bold navy finish, the pantry cupboard, a big stove with a mantle. I love the amazing light flooding through the windows in this particular example and we don't need to mention the floors. It's not the first time I've had my head turned by Blakes London (you can see more posts here) and I'm sure it won't be the last.

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Monday
Oct102016

Living large in Minnesota

Oh, to have this much space to decorate and live. Martha O'Hara went with a mostly black and white theme in this absolutely stunning home in Minnesota which is always a winner, and I love that this home is not overly precious or pretentious. This home proves my point (as if I ever needed to prove it) that black framed windows are the only way to go. (And is perhaps something I should consider down the road when I'm looking for another project in my home - the white frames of my leaded and stained glass windows aren't really doing it for me). 

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Wednesday
Jul202016

The Riverhouse

Trees, river, windows, views, spaciousness....what more could you want? This 6,500 sq ft home in Coxsackie, NY on the Hudson River is unbelieveable, inside and out. I can't imagine having all those windows to be able to enjoy the outdoors 365 days a year. It could even convince me to enjoy winter. ;) Architect: BWArchitects (previous features here and here)+ interior: Poonam Khanna + most photos: William Waldron for Architectural Digest.

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