06.10.2019

Spaces


Photography Derek Swalwell

The rest of this bathroom is *shocked face emoiji* and the kitchen is *drool face emoji* – do the full tour of this home here. Conceived by Doherty Design Studio – more here

You can’t go wrong with a palette of natural textured layered on white. Add some bold, sculptural furniture and lighting (just a few pieces, no need to go overboard) and some black and white photography and you have a timelessly chic and international aesthetic. This is the home of Stockholm-based Art Director Therese Sennerholt (follow her on Instagram @theresesennerholt) – see the rest of her home here.


Breaking my own arbitrary rule to show you a couple of exteriors – from the stunning al fresco dining area at Blacksmith bistro, in Australia’s Lake Mulwala. Love the white-framed awning windows at the kitchen bar, lovelovelove those tiled sinks! Go see the rest of this incredible destination eatery over on The Stella Collective’s design portfolio.

The little stack of kitchen cloths and boards is doing something to me. Lovely as always via Coco Lapine

Super affordable, easy way to create a moment in your bedroom – wooden peg rail, and a few of your most-favourite things. Also really love the crinkled linen curtains with the paper lampshade here, and the soft sage wall paint.via Stadshem

This little scene has made me want to move our bench seat from the dining table into the bedroom, to create something similar to this cute little styled situation.

The Poster Club can do no wrong.

That dining table, ugh. And those floor tiles! And that almost-blush kitchen island peeking in on the left there, with the almost-blush curtains.

Adore this stair detail.

Woah, tiled ceiling.


Photography by Dylan James

Have you heard of BuildHer Collective? It’s a school dedicated to empowering women how to lead on the design and project management of their home reno/new build. Such a clever concept – I’m thinking of enrolling myself in their online course.  This Melbourne Edwardian home was designed by the two ladies behind BuildHer Collective – see much, much more of this home here.

 

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