Serious loft love happening with this post right now. Located in the Tire Town building in Salt Lake City (built in 1925 to house the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company), the current owners wanted to bring this loft back to its industrial roots and enlisted City Home Collective for the job. There is so much to love about this space – the cherry-finished kitchen cabinets set against a brick wall, the gothic industrial master bathroom, the double-sided fireplace and of course, the fabulous lighting in the bathroom and bedroom.
Inner city living often means that a garden has to be multifunctional. Parking space, entertaining area, a place to relax, a little greenery to counteract the harsh urban landscape. A multifunctional oasis. If you can through in a small pool and a statement orange wall well things just got turned up a notch. Loving this St Kilda, Melbourne courtyard by Eckersley Garden Architecture.
There is something about Brazilian design. Fresh, young, a little bit cheeky, accessible but definitely not cookie cutter. Love the transition of the floor treatments between kitchen and living room and the touches of retro. Apartamento do Pátio in São Paulo by Felipe Hess.