Photography by Thomas De Bruyne
From the A Girl Can Dream pile, this bathroom by Melbourne architect Paul Conrad, which shows how richness and restraint can play nice together.
So much to dig in this Chicago home by Pernille Lind Studio. While many of the design features are sympathetic to it’s 1920’s European history and Colonial Revival style, I love that the finished aesthetic is definitely eclectic and not easily definable undefinable. They’re layered lots of cool, chubby new-post-modern pieces in, too – items like the curvy black dining table, stone slab coffee table and that huge graphic artwork in the lounge room above.
Walk through this gorgeous moody passageway (with loads of tucked away storage), and you come upon:
This gorgeous moody kitchen
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