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There’s so much to like here.

Photography: Prue Ruscoe.

Via Stylejuicer.

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A tantalizing peek into a contemporary kitchen in a Melbourne apartment.

Design: Neometro in association with Grant Amon Architects and MA Architects.

Photography: Derek Swalwell.

Via ArchitectureAU.

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Awesome dining space with a glimpses of outdoors through the window and of kitchen at the rear.

Architecture: Antonio Zaninovic.

Photography: Montse Garriga.

Via Méchant Studio Blog.

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This bathroom is a terrific contemporary take on a traditional look.

Architecture: dinelljohansson.

Via Designcollector.

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I get a very specific ’80s–Richard Gere in Armani and Blondie singing “Call Me”–kind of vibe from this space. Love it.

Design: Diane Lewis.

Photography: Karin Kohlberg.

my unfinished home via automatism.

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This is one of those near-perfect, wouldn’t change a thing, rooms.

Via Apartment Therapy.

Images from the past week that didn’t make it into posts.

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Via DPAGES BLOG.


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Via Remodelista.


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Via Plastolux.


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Via automatism.


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Via Randomitus.

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It’s the overused, under-praised kitchen appliance. It can be quietly beautiful or stand out like a sore—and very noisy—thumb. It helps you rid the kitchen of unwanted smells. In my house, it often is what keeps our dog sane, since without it, the smoke detectors might be going off with greater frequency. It’s about time we took a look at how the utilitarian device known as the kitchen vent hood can help bring style to your kitchen.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective

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Have you ever had the experience of suddenly becoming aware of—and suddenly seeing a lot of examples of—something new or different, then wondering how you never noticed this “new” thing before? I think most of us have experienced this. It happened to me again recently after seeing an image of a piece of X-leg furniture. Of course, I’ve been aware of the X-leg for years, but that particular design feature had somehow faded into the background and I was not noticing it so much. Then, suddenly, there it was—seemingly everywhere! And I quickly decided that it’s one of my favorite elements, and that we should look at some examples together.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.

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