A contemporary upgrade to a Sydney Harbour apartment by Stacey Kouros Design. A limited palette of neutrals with a touch of blue and black is the perfect foil to the stunning water views and striking art collection. The result is an unstuffy sophistication, a liveable luxury.
Marble sinks and hex tiles and industrial lighting, OH MY! Delicious bathrooms to love by Studio Muir…so many I gave them their own post.
Photos: Nicole Franzen
Kenly Lambie Shankman of San Francisco based design firm Studio Muir creates spaces I totally want to dive head first into. Working with a structure’s original details and adding some modern yet warm touches results in rooms that are unique, inviting and oh la la the attention to detail that adds an extra dose of yumminess. (Photos: Nicole Franzen)
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.
EPIC BATHROOM!!! I want to stare at this the rest of the day.
This marble is unbelievably beautiful. And with a thin profile it could not be more perfect in this kitchen.
There is nothing fancy about this dining room but the combo of the Thonet chairs, pale yellow walls, and light fixture are simply yummy, and then you look up and BAM!
These chunky stairs. That glass framed wall. The tumbling block tile. YES YES YES.
If I ever decide I want a graphic backsplash, THIS IS IT.
Those chairs make me itch, but other than that this little reading area is fabulous.
Those mirrors with the faucets mounted on them are SO GREAT!
Staircase views to die for.
I’ve never wanted to play the piano….until now. That light fixture is UN FREAKING REAL!!!!! Seriously I would trade that for my current one in a heartbeat.
ALL THE WINE. I usually hate wine storage spaces but this is classy.
Hats off to Luigi Rosselli for these memorable spaces. And if you can’t get enough there is more here, here and here.