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    White Interior, Textural Objects

    I’ve noticed my last few posts have been filled with a lot of white. That or of villas in Italy. Either way it was unintentional but I think it’s kind of funny because OBVIOUSLY my subconscious is taking over. Am I ready for warmer climates and vacation destinations or what?! I have to say this winter in Chicago has been my best yet…perhaps mostly because I haven’t really had to deal with the 4 or 10 or 15 degree weather on a daily basis. Today, feels like spring...we have busted open the windows to allow the fresh breeze to drift through our loft.

    So as not to deprive my subconscious, Tine Kjeldsen’s exceptionally white country home on Funen Island in Denmark is just what this summer-yearning mind needs. An all white interior is very befitting for a home decor shop owner...after all, it allows her unique, collected objects to stand out on their own. She has an especially cool and texturally focused homewares brand called Tine K Home.


    {photography by Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer}


    Church Conversion in the Netherlands

    This abandoned church in Utrecht has been given new meaning as a residence. The architects carefully preserved the integrity of the envelope so as not to ruin its historical significance. Accordingly, the new and modern residential volume has been constructed in such a manner that it is completely detached from the existing church structure. This new detached structure is now regarded as a new ‘temporary’ construction within this historical monument.  This volume can be demolished at any given time if the residential church is to change its function.


    This shining example of re-purpose and re-use of an existing space successfully and delicately respects both the past and the present. You can check out more images and information about the design here.


    Relaxed Luxe

    1. Encased Gems 6 Light Chandelier   2. Gertrude Settee   3. French Honeycomb Mirror   4. 704 Armchair  5.  Xilos Coffee Table  6.  03321 Lounge Chair   7.  Gavin Side Table   8.  Khotan Rug  9.  Calligraphic Horn Paintbrushes   10.  Antique Vellum Valise   For sourcing information, click here.

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    A Wispy White Wonder

    This room has me daydreaming about warm breezes, the feel of the sun softly baking one's skin, clear aqua waters, sand beneath the toes...I imagine this to be the view from the canopy bed below.

    {image credit RUM


    A Dash of Salmon

    Just arrived back in town to kick it with my hubby tonight. Sending you all a late Happy Valentine's Day interior with a dash of salmon...Hope you enjoy a little special time with your special someone this evening.

    {image credit via purple area}


    Ornately Ostrich

    I've never seen something quite like this! Hey I guess...if you got it, flaunt it?! Love the ingenuity least it's done very artistically...that I appreciate! What do you think? Could you sleep at night with an ostrich above you?

    {image via design traveller


    Tile Ribbon Showstopper 

    I laid my eyes on this villa in Positano, Italy early in my design career. This 18th century villa, redesigned by duo Claudio Lazzarini and Carl Pickering, was such a unique work of art that it compelled me to immediately rip out the images from my magazine and pin them up on my inspirational wall at my desk.

      Lazzarini and Pickering used 3000 Viertri tiles dating from the 1700s to 1890 to clad the ribbon walkway, table, light fixture and ceiling that unites the living room and dining room.


    A Palette of Perfection

    Is this not perfection? 

    {image by Michael Wells Photography


    No Fuss Modern Interior

    Barcelona seems to be calling my name. I've stumbled across another casa that exudes a laid back yet cool vibe. The no fuss modern interior is a nice juxtaposition against the more traditional exterior and front courtyard...although I do wish they had left some traditional interior architectural elements within the home.  




    Magnifique Arched Beauty...

    I'm totally smitten with the interior architecture of this living room. The dual paint colors on the arches blend beautifully, the worn wooden floors add wonderful character, the over-scaled windows, the simply drapery, the furniture...I could go on and on. This gem of a room is magnifique! Which design element is your favorite?

    {image via Marie Claire Maison}  

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