What could be more perfect? Harvey Jones Kitchen takes this warehouse conversion with its original crittall windows, hefty beams, old tile and exposed brick to the next level with a contemporary, bespoke kitchen from their Linear Edge range. A European luxury look that sits sleekly within the open space. Love the handleless clean lines and the waterfall edge to the stone counters. If beautiful, handmade kitchens make you weak at the knees like me there is a lot more inspiration on their website.
For designer Todd Alexander Romano more is always more. Like in his own apartment where he didn’t just paint the walls, he chose some jaw-dropping tones of green, yellow and blue and and then high-glossed the crap out of them. Some graphic abstract artwork and photography adds to the drama.
This 10,000 sq ft East Hampton NY home is what dreams are made of. The exterior is just as fabulous as the interior, and with all the warm wood used inside and the large expanse of windows everywhere it really blurs the lines between the two. Just what us northerners need to enjoy the summer months. Architecture firm: Blaze Makoid, interior design: David Scott Interiors, photos: Joshua McHugh.
A century old house thoughtfully transformed by Melbourne-based CJH Studio. With its effortless style, attention to detail, the light filled open-plan home is perfect for young family who live here. I do believe I have a serious case of kitchen envy. Do you?
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