I am smitten with the designs of Belgian architect Pieter Vandenhout. Minimal in details but the details he does add (like statement windows and textured walls and wide plank floors) make such a statement. The kitchen below went straight into my inspiration folder. A kitchen that doesn’t look like a kitchen is everything.
Are you dreaming of an overseas getaway? I know I am. Sadly the international borders are closed so a dream it will remain … for now. In the meantime this fabulous Bali holiday home will provide all the inspiration I need. The perfect retreat from an imperfect world. By design and artisan collective My Shrine Interiors.
Holy smokes this house is an absolute DREAM!!! The Mediterranean architecture is glorious and is a fabulous starting point to this project by Haus Love Interiors. The neutral, earthy, contemporary vibe of the decor really works beautifully in this home, and painting the walls white really brightens each area. And the best part is you should see how dark and dreary the before photos are! Check them out on their Instagram.
Photos: Ash & Co Creative
Colour, colour, colour. For those who think that Australian designers can only do beige I give you The Palm, Woollahra by POCO Designs.Take a mid century vibe, wrap it in a jewel box of bright colours, open the interiors to the outside, sprinkle on the luxe and you’ll never crave beige again.
In my previous post I mentioned I would want la SHED to design my dream home. They created a dream home here, on a large wooded lot located in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Their goal was to preserve as many trees as possible and I loooooove that they created somewhat of a courtyard for the pool area.
Photos: Maxime Brouillet