Images from the past week that didn’t make it into posts.
Via For Me, For You.
Via A Continuous Lean.
Via Cabbage Rose.
Via Little Brown Pen.
Via Jenn Ski.
Via interiors porn.
There is a kind of conversation that is occurring between the exterior and interior of this house–the kind that life-long best friends have when they finish each others sentences. The harmony between these spaces creates a seamless flow: outside to inside, room to room, then inside to outside again. It’s truly beautiful.
All photos by Roland Halbe.
I don’t often find examples of a suburban townhouse I like well enough to post, but this one outside of Seattle is not like most. The architecture, materials, finishes, and decor all come together and create a marvelous space.
The smart renovation of this 19th-century home in San Francisco uses beautiful materials in such a thoughtful way. From the stacked-stone kitchen wall (which, on the other side, creates a gorgeous staircase backdrop) to the stone, wood, tile, and glass bath, it’s a stunning space.