Sharing some kitchen porn (among other awesome spaces) with you by Vancouver-based interior designer . If you’re in the market for a kitchen renovation, these are sooo inspiring. Such fabulous materials and attention to detail.
(Photos: Phillip Crocker, Janis Nicolay, Krista Jahnke)
I hate Facebook for the most part, but was reminded recently why I still have an account. Because without it I would not have noticed this incredible renovation project by . Emily has a gorgeous home in Almonte, a small town outside of Ottawa, and her home was in desperate need of an update. What I saw on sure captured my attention, and when I went to check out the full story on her blog, I was blown away. The transformation of her kitchen, sunroom, foyer, family room and powder room is fantastic!!! Congrats Emily! I bet you and your family are loving every bit of it. (She has tons of details and sources in her ).
Positioned behind a historical facade this new extension by in Albert Park, Melbourne bridges the gap between a significant past and the future. Progress is a term that gets bandied around almost with a negative connotation but good design looks to what could be, what is waiting to be and takes the leap.
It’s how you feel in a space that is important to Sydney-based interior architecture practice . and in that case I’d feel fabulous in this moody Darlinghurst house. I love the play of the white against the navy, how the rich cognac leather grounds and warms, how “the new design is a subtle evolution/development of the building’s original character without sacrificing the classic charming elements.”
I love the idea of a second home/cottage/pied-à-terre – a home you can be brave with and do all the things you wouldn’t dare do in your primary residence. The owners of this pied-à-terre live in London and needed a space in the heart of Paris. took what is a beautiful 130 sq m structure, did a bit of re-working and added alot of charm and creativity in a Lisanathan-Adler-esque style that is a bit quirky, colourful and fun.
Photos: Paul Allain