When simplicity is key. I think having a minimalist summer cottage would be an amazing thing. This beauty is by Norm Architects. Scandic-Bohemian feels and barefoot luxury is found in this renovated and modernized coastal home in a quiet and secluded corner of Denmark, where Japanese zen aesthetics and danish cottage style charm come together, boasting subtle, nordic luxury and eclectic design elements.
I spotted this fabulous and spacious apartment for sale in Stockholm via Lagerlings and had to share. The detail in the hardwood floors is TO DIE FOR, the moldings, the elegant bathrooms, the neutral colour scheme also have captured my heart. And for reasons I can’t quite figure out, I am obsessed with the curtains in the main living spaces.
I’m almost at a loss for words. This home in Wentworth-Nord, Québec designed by Montréal architect Alain Carle is so incredibly beautiful from the outside in. Most of the wood and stone throughout the house are reclaimed and are what really make this home special. Alongside the concrete floors, plaster walls and crittall windows, it is a winning combination. Bonus points for the dark stained wood adding in some moody drama. This is everything I love. (Photos: James Brittain)
An elegant mix of old and new is at the heart of this home by French-born Californian-based interior designer Florence Livingston of Florence Choux Livingston Interiors. It is a home with soul, a serene oasis for family and friends with its neutral palette of greys and taupes and those beautiful limed floorboards. What a wonderful home to come home to at the end of a hectic day.
Large on style, small in footprint. At only 32 sq m Canning Cottage by Melbourne-based interior design firm Bicker Design contains tone on tone living spaces, bedroom and central bathroom pod within a small heritage workers cottage. Streamlined, modern and with great functionality and storage it is a fresh and fabulous take on small space living.