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I think I have died and gone to heaven. This home I spotted on sköna hem is so incredibly beautiful with floor to ceiling architectural moldings (including a coffered ceiling unlike any I have ever seen) and when painted dark grey, they are even more dramatic and modern. Add in some modern furniture and lighting (the owners clearly have a thing for Knoll’s Saarinentulip tables and Flos lights) and this is a total dream.

Photos:  Jonas Ingerstedt (House of Pictures)

Terracotta Design Build Co.

Posted on Tue, 11 Feb 2020 by KiM

Georgia-based Terracotta Design Build Co. have an absolutely stellar portfolio filled with some of the most beautiful kitchens I’ve ever seen, so I thought I would start off this feature with some of them, and follow those up with other enviable spaces. Each one has design elements that really pop, from bold uses of colour to architectural details and built-ins.

The edgy loft of a music lover

Posted on Thu, 5 Dec 2019 by KiM

This loft in Livorno, Italy is where art, music, plants and custom furniture come together to create an edgy, unique home. Also, I’m really digging how the hardwood floor was laid. Very cool! Designed by MODO architettura + design.

I spotted this home on AD Russia and it stopped me in my tracks. Ukrainian architect Sergey Makhno built this home for his family, to showcase his love of Ukranian and Japanese design, and his incredible ceramic collection. Each room is more incredible than the next. I adore this.

Photos: Sergey Kadulin

I love to see people take risks in the world of interior design, even if it isn’t to my taste nor something I can imagine living in. If it’s ballsy I give it 2 thumbs up. Like this all black apartment in St. Petersburg I found on The Village. Black from floor to ceiling, sparkly drippy chandeliers, swag burgundy curtains and bedding. I hate to say it but had I not known what website this was from my first guess would have been it was located in Russia. Do you think you could live here?

Photos: Victor Yuliev