Trying to summon warmer weather – and a balmy tropical escape – with these images from Villa Massilia in Bali.

This internal arched smoked glass French Door (that’s a GOOD mouthful!) and kitchen belongs to an incredible Melbourne residence – an original Italianate 19th-century home and stables, reimagined as a stately family home. Architecture by Pleysier Perkins, interior design by Sanders & King. See the rest here.

Palette appreciation: Love the combination here of textural limewash-painted walls, with the off-white tapware and lighting. Beautiful bathroom by interior architects Daytrip (also, btw – cool name).

More scenes from the same London terrace home. All the metalwork (such as the kitchen tapware and stair rail) were custom powder-coated in Oyster White as part of Daytrip’s design.  See the full home tour here.

Lovely little heritage-meets-modern bathroom by Emily Broom

It’s in the details: stone top slightly recessed into the countertop *chef kiss*

Love the way they’ve used the same blonde timber in the kitchen cabinetry, ceiling and…

 The dining set (banquette one side, bench seat the other – nice). This kitchen belongs to Mill 3, one of many holiday homes offered through AM Residences.

Possibly the most gorgeous itty bitty apartment kitchen I ever did see!
Another of AM Residences’ offerings, Zoute 33 in Belgium

Another sublime space by AM Residences – the combination of the linen curtains used as a partition, the chocolately cabinetry, thicc stone countertops AND oval cabinet pulls is sending me.  More images of this kitchen here.


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