re:place

Posted on Fri, 27 Apr 2007 by midcenturyjo

The team behind re:place believe their clients are more creative than they believe and the design team help bring those ideas out. They create their client’s style not their own. A holistic approach is important and the Eastern design principles of Vastu and Feng Shui are integral to each design. They also use recycled, found,natural and environmentally friendly materials in their projects. Beautiful and aware, great combination.

 

Images from re:place

kim. says:

OMG! I am so loving that wood shelf in the 2nd pic. I have a long piece of old wood I found in my grandmother’s garage and this is a great way to use it. And what a creative way to use paint in the 4th pic…REALLY love that. The bedroom in the 8th pic is so modern and yummy. I would love to get my hands on some of the fabric used to make the headboard in the last pic!!!

Jessie says:

I love all the same stuff that Kim loves!! That nursery is wonderful!!! I see some ideas that I am stealing!! lol

J Lee says:

everything about the designs are quite dramatic in a very sutle way. how oddly amazing! its like the more you look the more eye candy you find =)

thanks for this post! i really enjoyed it.

Julie says:

my favorite, the nursery. I love the colours in it. Of corse I love their use of recycled products.

Wow – you guys are amazing, how do you do it? I love how every time I come to visit, you have several posts! I can barely keep up with emails and posting all of design finds … thanks Kim for the inspiration. You and Jo are doing an amazing job! Have a great weekend!

Love love the platform bed image!

I love that all of this is do-able. I’ve done a whole swarm of those butterfly decals up and over the ceiling of a little friend’s bedroom and it couldn’t have been easier. Love the whole found reuse ethos too.

casapinka says:

Great posts today, ladies. Love the shelf in that photos as well and as MCJ pointed out – it’s all do-able!

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