Refined and elegant, restrained and stylish. Yes this Sydney garden is all that … and more. Green and abundant, generous and lush, a subtropical treat. The Bellevue Hill Project by (the wonderfully named)landscape designers Sticks and Stones.
Photography by Pablo Veiga.
Crisp, white and contemporary with light flowing in through high walls of glass. A seamless connection between inside and out. Warmth from just enough texture and wood. What more could you want in a modern home? You certainly don’t need more words from me. Just drink in the inspiration from the pictures. The White House by Melbourne-based architectural and interior design firm Robson Rak.
Photography by Shannon McGrath,
Because I can’t get Mexico out of my head, I thought I would share a bit of it with you today via this home designed by PPAA (Pérez Palacios Arquitectos Asociados). Located in San Miguel de Allende, this weekend residence is minimal, filled with natural elements and is an absolute dream.
(Photos: Rafael Gamo)
The house is an early 1900s Queenslander. Described by the designers as “never lacking in style and charm”, they saw their role as updating the social lifestyle aspects of the home. The kitchen was redesigned and living and dining areas became connected inside and out. The result is a chic, contemporary home with a nod to its past and its feet firmly in the 21st century. Banksia House by AP Design House, a small, award-winning, multidisciplinary studio in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Classic and timeless, warm and inviting. This is the essence of Toronto-based Kate + Amanda. Kate and Amanda believe in the relaxed home that is both family friendly and stylish. Their aesthetic, light and fresh and never too formal. After all homes are meant for living in and making memories. A well designed space should be the foundation of a happy home.