Fawning over Fawn. This rendered-look beige wall brings a very grounding, organic feel. Add new neutral linen and a chair as a bedside and you have a look that’s relaxed, but elevated.

More buff beauty, this time a Peige. Or a Beink?
Or… how about we don’t try and shoe-horn a clever word, Alana, and just call it a biscuity pink. I love it.

Reeded glass on the bottom two-thirds of the window brings texture, a little extra glamour, and privacy.

This is shaping up to be verrrrrry pretty indeed. Australian architects Telha Clarke and developers Kincrest have enlisted legendary Swedish designer Lotta Agaton (one of my personal faves) to craft the interiors of their new South Yarra project, Stanhope.

Jen Alkema is a master of minimalism.

I’ve seen a lot of dried palm fronds in interiors this year, but I’ve not seen one used as a wall hanging. Nice!
These images are just a few scenes from boutique Airbnb Grounds of Cabarita (at Cabarita Beach – North of Byron Bay and South of the Gold Coast – looks amazing and I want to book a holiday).
Imagery by new fave of mine, photographer Keira Mason. See much more of this Airbnb over at Keira’s blog.

Those armchairs! Those timber stool/side tables!

This couch! That partial glass-block wall! (I think we’re going to start seeing a lot more glass blocks being used in interiors – they allow for privacy, without sacrificing light.)

This phenomenal place is Kinship Studio, a co-working space in Bali, also photographed by Keira Mason


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