Love a good before-and-after, don’t you? See the pre-reno version of this bathroom here.
I’m appreciating the spa feel of this space, the tiled step-up, the interesting positioning of the faucet, and the timber accents.
Love this black bench seat at the end of the bed, a coffee table book used as a rotating piece of art in the room, the wicker basket (good place for your cushions overnight), and the camel coloured walls.
Beige is the new black, and it keeps popping into interiors in new ways. Beige grout? Who’d a thought. Beige painted concrete? Yeah, OK, why not.
Another day, another master bedroom that’s bigger than my entire house. (Only a slight exaggeration.) Bonus points for the bench seat with woven top, weirdo tiger illustration on the wall,
grey painted floorboards for a change, and hella good storage.
I can’t get enough of little Scandi apartments.
Even the hotels in Copenhagen are better.
Hotel Danmark, photographed by one of my favourite interior stylists and curators, Katerina Dam
A New York couple’s renovated Tribeca loft. Owner James, an architect, designed this handsome entrance/hallway as quite a contrast with the rest of the apartment. See the rest over at Rue.
Exquisite loft apartment in Fitzroy, Melbourne by Architects Eat
Our friends at Flooring Xtra love spaces as much as we do