The biggest luxury in a kitchen? No not marble benches. No not top of the line European appliances. Storage and lots of it. A place for everything and everything in its place. That’s why I love all the nooks and crannies in this kitchen refurb by Hearth.
You are definitely no wallflower. You are just a bit loud and proud. Always a happy face on display it’s what’s hidden within that has me wondering. What are you hiding? I bet you’re warm and embracing, modern but old fashioned in your hospitality. I know you used to be a shop house but you’ve had a bit of work done recently. Please let me in. I need to get to know you more. Hello House by Melbourne based OOF! Architecture.
That’s what the print says and that may be true… or not 🙂 What I am noticing though is the demise of the overstuffed, the over thought, the over tweaked, the overdone. I love this Eagle Rock, California house Bestor Architecture. Stylish but casual, family friendly and just right for everyday living. And who could say no to a half pipe in the backyard?
Rough and sleek, old and new, neutral and black. Walls softened by fabric and mezzanine of OSB. Even a false door. Big on style and small in square metres. 29sqm by Polish architects 3XA.
You’ve heard me lament before about working on a weekend. It’s still true that I’d be a lot happier if I could spend the day in a work place as stylish as this. The joy of joinery. Plywood pleasure. Shiver. Mil Constructions’ warehouse, workshop and office by Doherty Design Studio.