Jo Malone London has a new home; a Georgian townhouse in London. “The metal light fittings depict oak leaves to reflect the botanics that go into the fragrances. The walls are chalky, the curtains are full & rich, and the floors are raw wood.” Throughout the building, she has used light fittings from the 60s, bespoke chandeliers, Nando Lanfranco prints, handmade tables, 50s mirrors and custom-upholstered furniture to reflect the colors, atmosphere, spirit & luxury of Jo Malone London. Serene!
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Looking for some fresh and new ways to decorate your home? These Farmhouse DIY Home Decor Ideas are gorgeous and timeless. I love how the natural elements and neutral colors work together. This post if full of inspiration… I know you are going to love these DIY Projects as much as I do! Ready to see …
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On Flodeau.com today : the full report + pictures of my collaboration with Danish design brand @andtradition to style their new sculptural Palette Desk designed by Spanish superstar Jaime Hayon and reminiscent of Alexander Calder’s kinetic sculptures. Please go to my blog for the whole feature – link in bio @flodeau
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antiques mix with industrial and shaker style in this eclectic farmhouse kitchen | full home tour on coco kelley
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Martin House by BG Architecture Creating a place to sit and enjoy, relax and restore in your home, will pay you MASSIVE lifestyle dividends – and it doesnt take a lot of space to do it. Just let the light in, and add some storage so you get maximum functionality and enjoyment from it. LOVE this. Head to my website at www.undercoverarchitect.com for lots of info, advice and guidance in how to create the perfect home for you. Sign up for my free weekly UA News full of inspiration and ideas.
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To take full advantage of the natural light from the wrap-around views of Sydney’s skyline from the 200-metre building, The Stella Collective opted for an open-plan layout. Large planes of steel-framed glazing is used in place of partition walls between office space and meeting rooms.
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