Modern family living in a white monolith. Sculptural, minimalist, tough yet beautiful. Halo House by Melbourne-based .
Photography: Dianna Snape
If you would like to participate in the Monday’s pets on furniture series please send photos, your name, location and a brief description to kim[@]desiretoinspire[.]net, or hashtag your photos #DTIpetsonfurniture.
You’ve featured my kitty Lulu before. Here’s another pick if you wish to post. (YES!!! This is one of my favourite pet entries EVER!!! – Li)
Early last week we were ed by the because they had taken in a Siamese named Maurice that needed some special care. His owner had gotten herself knocked up and kicked him and his sibling out into the garage ALL WINTER. Before anything else awful could happen to him Gwen (who runs the sanctuary) offered to take him but being caged up was stressing him out, and he was overweight, so she thought we could help. We picked him up Wednesday and he is an absolute sweetheart. He was totally relaxed within 10 minutes of being at our house and now follows us around like a dog. He is declawed on all 4 paws (AGH! Don’t ever do this to your cat!!!) and is HUGE. And we love him. But we’d love for him to find a permanent home so we can continue to help out with fostering. If anyone out there is interested in adopting him give me a shout.
I took this photo about a half hour after we got him.
Later that day when former feral Frankie got his first glimpse of him. LOL!
Yep, he settled in no problem. 🙂
This Georgian house is the home of director Tom Cox. Situated in Oxfordshire, it has been sympathetically renovated and extended with new kitchen and beautiful bespoke furniture pieces. A limited palette and natural materials allow the fine details to shine. It’s all about attention to detail, personality and country style.
It may be a little Clark Kent at the front but it’s all superhero out the back. I’m stalking an 1890s weatherboard cottage in Lilyfield, Sydney with its modern extension by Nobbs Radford Architects. A a great light-filled, fun family home. Link while it lasts.
What was once an abandoned and half demolished farmhouse in Ampurdán, Spain is now a glorious contemporary home in concrete, plaster and stone. Rustic living at its finest! designed by Eva Martínez, via .