Steal this idea: Glass tile splash-back!
Interior Designer Emilee McHugh is clearly not intimidated by a varied palette. I love this bathroom she recently designed, with it’s combination of concrete, brass, sage green melamine, marble, brick and (inhales) white grooved wall panels – it all looks *kisses fingers dramatically like an Italian pizzaiolo*
Hands up who’d love to cook – or stand around with a wine chatting to the cook – in this bespoke modern shaker kitchen? I love a kitchen island with in-built shelving, and did you spot that under-island fridge? Also love the darker limestone countertop as a design choice, and those gorgeous wide oak floorboards. Via Nordiska Kok.
Beautiful tiling in this Annandale bathroom, by Studio Gorman
This stylish scullery caught my eye because (gets out clipboard, reads from list): The choice to do deep timber on the floorboards and cabinetry and then white and pale grey at eye level; herringbone-r floorboards; the slightly-thicker-than-normal stone countertop; and the corner sink.
Bathroom belonging to the same house as that stylish scullery (by Studio Gorman). Love the tiling choices here, and that super-duper-extra thick stone vanity.
Still a big fan of a linen tablecloth for updating the look of your space, and elevating the ritual of a meal.
Steal this idea: extra-cute market bag, hanging in the kitchen as a style element.
Im not entirely sure why I love this so much. Possibly because I’d love a bedroom large enough to have a couch, and a seperate nook for a writing desk (or dressing table), possibly that massive antique rug on the painted concrete floor, possibly