I maybe probably totally did just pick this image for the lamp (Half Dome by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa for Kettal)

Adore this extra-narrow shower by Australian architects Roth. Clever use of space!

Blogger Almost Makes Perfect makes perfect in her new bathroom. Love the wall sconces, love a place to sit down in a shower, love the rug (we’re not doing enough rugs in bathrooms, guys). I don’t normally show floor close-ups but how good are the floor tiles?

Photography by Felix Forest

Inner City Victorian Townhouse, by the incredible Georgina Jeffries. You have to go see the rest of this home, over at Est.

Things I learned today: this tap style is called Bibcock. Specifically, these are aged brass, bench-mounted bibcock taps with crosshead tops. And now when someone asks me what my favourite tap style is, I’ll have an answer. Here’s another question for you: why aren’t more of us doing marble belfast/butler sinks? They even do doubles, and fluted ones. And can we also start using dark timber as a benchtop material more? So very gorgeous.

And good morning to you, concrete in-built bench.

Love this fresh kitchen aesthetic , especially the unique wall panelling and the blue neolith stone worktop.
See much more over at Husk (a UK brand who design cabinet fronts, handles and other accessories to fit IKEA kitchens).

I think you’ll really like this extensive before-and-afterno

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