A soft palette of sand and stone, washed out pastels and white, beautiful white. Clean lines and bespoke cabinetry. Whitewashed brick, blonde timbers, ethnic touches and a relaxed elegance. Beach side living at its stylish best. Avoca Beach house by one of my favourite interior designers Karen Akers. Pinch me. It’s a dream.
P.S. So you think this place couldn’t be more perfect? Well it can. You can rent it for holidays! You can email for more information here.
Simple palette. Simple beauty. Simply inspiring. By Sydney interior design firm Suzanne Gorman Projects.
The photos from my last post got my decorating juices flowing…but I always go back to Abigail Ahern‘s spaces, where darker and bigger are better. Every time.
I will never be a minimalist, but after clearing out 2 rooms of crap to make room for the feral cats (and now it’s piled around the house), I wish I could be. Instead I will stare dreamily at photos such as these and wonder what it would be like. Via Belgium architecture and design firm Oscar V.
Live, work, play in a warehouse conversion by Brisbane based architectural firm Surroundings. Human centric, holistic. Enveloping, encompassing, cocooning. Retreat and self expression. Building relating to people and people to the building. Meaning and moment. I’m struggling for words to describe the visceral tug this series of spaces is having on me. As brilliant as the sunshine must be when you leave its cool, dark interiors. Dock St Warehouse by Surroundings with interiors in collaboration with Jacks Corner Design. Photography by Camera Obscura.