Another beautiful IKEA hack kitchen by the masters at Reform kitchen. (Can. 👏🏼 not.👏🏼 wait.👏🏼 for IKEA to open here, and then we can start seeing some of these incredible kitchens in NZ). I adore the soft grey Basis cabinet fronts with their circular cabinet pull holes (they deserved that close-up) and the punchy but still pared-back sage green on the cupboards and staircase. Such a fresh colour choice with the soft grey, white and the bleached-looking pine flooring. Dig that quintessentially Danish lighting in black, too.
Just laaaaahv this home office, belonging to one of my fave OG bloggers, Sarah Van Peteghem (Coco Lapine). More details here. The monochrome palette is anything but boring with all the varying textures and forms.
Last week, I shared a view of the sink situ in this kitchen, but I didn’t actually spot this open shelving wall at the time. Simple, contemporary, casual – what Cate St Hill does best. (I have this print up in my kitchen, too.)
(You can never be over-dressed or over-educated.)
This gorgeous Art Nouveau home – Apartment O – was conceived by interior designer Joanna Lavén for a Stockholm family. The client’s vision was “a home of international character, adapted for both family life, social interaction and recovery”. Mission very accomplished. If this sort of high design and stature is your jam, see much more of this residence here.
hey bath, hey partial wall, hey serene simplicity.
Love this raw, traditional tadelakt-plastered bathroom with its built-in wardrobe element and plaster bath. The shower is inside that monolithic box! *insert blood-draining-from-face-emoji*
Really responding to nudes with powdered blue at the moment. This scene is from a campaign image celebrating this low-slung modern bed – the Wave Bed by Australian designer Daniel Boddam. (Love Daniel’s side table too, the C-Malibu)