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Next from Nexus Designs

You loved yesterday's sunny family beach house so much that I thought it was time for another stunning interior by Nexus Designs. A modern design within an historic Victorian era shell. The best of both worlds. White, bright with a clear clean colour palette. The project is named "Tic Tac Toe". Look up. You may just see why.


Touch of gold

For the longest time I hated gold. I would not wear gold jewelry, would never put it anywhere in my home...I though it was tacky and preferred silver/stainless steel. Over the years it has slowly grown on me and now I find myself happily wearing gold jewelry (even the pieces I got as a kid from my Italian relatives for religious events), I LOVE pendants with the underside in gold leaf, gold faucets, and I even asked for gold cutlery for Christmas. I love this Piso Barrio Gótico, Barcelona by interior designer María Lladó. It's just he right amount of gold and deep yellow that adds a decadent, slightly exotic feel. 

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Sarah Lavoine encore

Here is another breathtaking project designed by interior designer Sarah Lavoine. It is pretty obvious that this Parisian apartment is the home of an art collector. Most people who design spaces for art collectors leave the walls white. NOT SARAH! She used teal, bright yellow and black - all perfectly suited for the spaces and the artwork they hold. Jaw-dropping results once again. 

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Cup of tea

Pull up a chair. I'll put the kettle on. Nixon Tulloch Fortley Architecture.


Rock star Miami kitchen

Ruben D Gutierrez of Errez Design sent us photos of one of yet another of his latest projects. (See previous projects herehere and here). Here are some details: I wanted to share some images of a kitchen we just renovated in Miami, FL. This kitchen was designed for a fun creative guy who loves rock and roll and gourmet food. We wanted to make the kitchen feel like it belonged in a 1930's house but still pop with bold colors and edgy patterns. We used a yellow and grey geometric wallpaper from Jonathan Adler on the ceiling. The yellow tones are also found on the hardwood floors. Classic charcoal grey cabinetry was paired with white marble and white ceramic tile for contrast. Vintage library lamps illuminate the open aluminum shelving. What a fun, bold kitchen! Love it all - the yellow accents, door hardware, wallpaper on the ceiling(!!!), subway tiles.... 

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