Except this chicken coop is so wonderful I might just move a sofa in for me. A House for Hens, the Chookingham Palace, a mini modernist marvel by Brisbane-based Myers Ellyett.
A former office and gambling joint reinvented as a family home. This stunning loft with its industrial materials palette of exposed brick and concrete is warmed by beautiful old wooden doors and floors. Highlights for me? The bath, all the storage, the shutters and, of course, that brick. De Korendrager by Dutch interior design and branding agency TANK.
Photography by Teo Krijgsman
Another Ballroom is a shop located in Copenhagen, that carries a select mix of 20th century handmade and remade furniture, contemporary design and art, alongside with carefully chosen vintage Moroccan rugs all created by a carefully curated group of talented artists and designers. The shops’ items are showcased in the home of the founder, Maj Kornum and photographed by Maria Sattrup. Take note shop owners! This is how you style your products. I want one of everthing!
There is nothing better than a well designed kitchen except a well designed kitchen that is as beautiful as it is practical. I’m in love with the colour of the cabinets, the floor, the light spilling in through the windows, the lovely old chairs and the sitting area by the fire… on and on the list could go. A definite case of kitchen love. By San Francisco-based design firm Jute.
This thoroughly modern family home proudly displays its modernist architectural lines, its two “boxes” seemingly floating on stilts on the site. Light filled and child friendly the open plan home is all about relaxed yet stylish living. Warm, welcoming and liveable by Western Australian design studio Klopper & Davis Architects.