OK I admit I’m choosy and hard to please. I’ve been stalking leftovers. You know … those listings that are not quite right, have bad photos or you need to show me more photos please! House is amazing, furniture is deplorable and vice versa, wide angle lens stretch the rooms waaaaaaaay out of shape. Can’t quite put my finger on it listings with something that has me nodding “yes”. This week’s finds include houses big and small near the water, stylish apartments, a church hall and family homes with open plan additions. Click on the images to head to the listings. All via realestate.com.au.
It has been a long time since modern and somewhat minimalist has made my heart skip a beat. This home in Austin’s hood of Central Park designed by Saavedra Design Studio is doing just that. I am desperate to redo my kitchen and have a million ideas floating around in my head, and this kitchen literally makes me want to weep. It is simple and just so perfect and I am DYING. (Photos:
Close your eyes. Imagine a refurbished 80s condominium. Now imagine classic mid century pieces. Add in traditional art works. Pop it all on a shiny shiny floor. Open your eyes. Voilà! Here it is. A fabulous Baltimore Loft by Annapolis, Maryland based Bohl Architects.
Shall we tick off the list? It’s French. It has colour and personality not to mention the amazing art. It’s part Art Deco, part mid century and perhaps a touch of 70s. It has incredible attention to detail (check out the ceiling in the entrance hall). It’s chic. It’s sophisticated but not at all stuffy. It has books, shelves and shelves of books. It’s fabulous. It’s by CSLB Studio.