Candle wall sconce! These need to come back, ok? Can someone make that happen please?

This is a perfect example of how there really aren’t any rules. Who says you can’t have modernism (the floor lamp is by New Zealand’s own Douglas and Bec – love that smokey grey glass) alongside boho? No one. P.S: Rattan is the new black; and I love that headboard.

New discovery – the work of Australian interior designer Georgia Cannon. I really dig this fresh, fun family kitchen, especially the chambray-upholstered banquette seating (must find some chambray cushions), the double circular sinks, hiding the fridge behind custom cabinetry, and the small detail of the half circle timber edge on the kitchen bench. Love your work, Georgia.

Also by Georgia Cannon, this bathroom (inside a heritage-listed church! See the rest of the home here). This is Material Specification Porn. The clean elegance of those small rectangle white tiles (sorry subways, you’re out), the industrial-style concrete wall and the patterned and polished concrete floor, black accents from the timber stool/joinery/marble… ugh.

Design blogger and interior stylist Katerina Dima’s apartment in Oslo.
Note to self: Brass and burnt-butterscotch look great together.

This kitchen is part of the transformation of an early 1900s Australian cottage. There’s that timber/concrete/black trifecta again.  Photography by Brooke Holm for Est Magazine (see more here).

Beautiful grey walls and ‘camouflaged’ shelving, and I love a wide, light timber floorboard for making a room seem larger. Styling by Elisabeth Heier; Photography by Katerina Dima

Incredible eco house over on The Design Files. Stop reading this immediately and go see it all here.
Photography by Dion Robeson


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