I am head over heels in love with this apartment. Possibly more than the last one I featured by Pepe Leal. I generally hate blue, but I’m dying over the kitchen. And the photo above – is that moldings installed length wise all over the walls? I’d hate to be the one to clean that, but I love that idea! And the powder room sink setup! So cute!
Photos: Ricardo Labougle
Today I’m sharing another prime example of how incredible original details can look whilst modernizing through furnishings and art etc. Designer Claire Larritt-Evans turned this 1880s former dance school in Melbourne into a drop-dead gorgeous family home. Elegant yet chic and current, it may be a bit minimal but it is brought to another level with the beautiful stained glass windows, fireplace and tile floor. (Aside from, well, everything here I’m head over heels for the ball/chain detail in the kitchen and the bedding)
Photos: Eve Wilson
“This federation home is located on the WA coastline and the extension was designed around a young family of 5. The coastal context and lifestyle formed a strong part of the client briefing. We aspired for a casual feel with original design outcomes that complimented the existing federation style architecture.”
A wonderful modern coastal interpretation in Cottesloe, Perth … The Beach House by LAHAUS.
Back at you with more from Nina Farmer and this 1904 Arts & Crafts home outside of Boston that thankfully has most or its original woodwork still intact (and looking mighty fine!). The problem was the kitchen had renovated previously and needed a serious makeover. Nina went art deco with it and the result is one of the most beautiful and unique kitchens I have ever seen.
Photos: Paul Raeside
A glamorous contemporary kitchen by Toronto based interiors studio Estee Design. Sleek modern lines,bespoke timber cabinetry and a splash of kitchen bling with glass and brass feature shelving. You all know I have a thing for beautifully designed kitchen sand this one is ticking all my boxes.