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I got heart palpitations when I spotted this house on Nuevo Estilo and had to share with you because there is nothing I love more than ornate architectural moldings. And uniquely laid hardwood floors. Both of these elements in this apartment in Madrid designed by architecture and design studio BAO are absolutely exquisite. What was formerly a law office that was painted yellow with synthetic flooring is now a dreamy home.

Photos: Montse Garriga

BE Attitude

Posted on Tue, 25 Feb 2020 by KiM

I could not get enough of Émilie Bonaventure‘s work (see this post from last week) so here are 3 Paris apartments she designed. Each one has me dreaming of moving to this glorious city with some of the most beautiful architecture in the world. *sigh*

 

 

The Beach House

Posted on Mon, 24 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

“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.

The Villa Renovation by LAHAUS

Posted on Thu, 20 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

It can be daunting taking on the renovation of a house by a renowned architect but Perth-based interior design studio LAHAUS, known for their refined, functional spaces created a sophisticated aesthetic with casual undertones. The emphasis is on a modern materials palette and a monochromatic colour scheme.

 

 

 

 

 

Mountain cottage

Posted on Wed, 19 Feb 2020 by KiM

This, friends, is the most perfect cottage ever. Mountain Cottage in Cashiers, NC. Designed by Basic ProjectsOur whole office called this cottage ‘The Dream’. Our clients are some of our favorites we’ve ever worked with – not only did they have impeccable taste, they have an amazing view on life and had collected so many little gems to include in the decor – they made this project as fun and easy as it gets. They told us they wanted an “english cottage in the NC mountains”… so with that, we did not fear lots of pattern, plenty of frames and books to cozy up with by the double sided wood burning fireplace and materials that were “family friendly” so the kids could walk through with muddy boots – all staples in the English countryside.

Photos (and most light fixtures) by Urban Electric Co.