I’m stalking a building in Sydney’s Darlinghurst that from the street you would not particularly notice but inside it has been converted into three residences that celebrate its industrial beginnings. Upstairs a four bedroom home with stylish eat in kitchen and courtyard garden. Downstairs two studio apartments that mean if I bought the place you could all take turns coming to stay and we can congregate around that table. Only problem is I would need around $4,700,000. Oh well that’s what real estate stalking is for. Dreaming. Link while it lasts.
(head of design at ) defines her style as Parisian modern – a chic contrast of the minimal, the ornate, and the edgy. I would add glamorous to that list, which is evident in this black, dark blue, and more black home she designed, with lots and lots of brass accents. The dining room light fixture alone speaks volumes of her style. Love it!!!
Prince Edward County is an island on the north shore of Lake Ontario. Here you will find a quirky, campy inn called the . Multi-disciplinary design studio had the task of turning a tired bed and breakfast and original c. 1880 foundry into an 11-room and two-suite contemporary inn. Something a bit more “hip” as all things are (it’s the rural version of Toronto’s ). How sweet would this suite up in the peak of the A frame be?! (Photos: Nikolas Koenig)
I’m stalking designer, author and the creative force behind Sybella Court’s Bellevue Hill apartment. It’s all you would imagine it to be. Stylish, quirky at times, full of the treasures collected over time. Covering the top floor of an Art Deco block the home showcases Court’s bespoke detail-orientated products. I’m torn when it comes to my favourite room. I love the bistro feel to the kitchen but I think if I was pushed I’d choose the master bedroom with its private lounge. Link while it lasts.
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.”