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HOME TOUR :: URBANE SOPHISTICATE IN SYDNEY

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Accessible interiors are so much the trend these days, that it’s become a bit more rare for me to feature the higher-end homes that I used to around here. Everything is white and scandinavian or ‘bohemian’ style, worn and collected. Rarely do I find a home that’s refined without being stuffy: that perfect mix of […]

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  1. Holly Irwin

    What a treat!! Thank you for sharing this dream home……..all of my favorites are here……the monochromatic color scheme, contemporary art, and those black iron windows and doors, oh my! Seriously sophisticated!

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  2. Lisa

    Truly gorgeous. Reminds me of Nancy Braithwaite’s work. How does one achieve such a level of sophistication without formality per se, and use so much color and keep a calm look?

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ROUNDUP :: TOP 10 REMOVABLE WALLPAPERS

classic bedroom with wallpaper by brittany ambridge for domino

This week I’m starting on the next room in the house, and I’m super excited about the fact that this time it’s a space that’s all my own, which means… WALLPAPER! I’ve never had it, and I want some sooooo baaaad. But, being a commitment phobe, before I paste anything up, I thought I’d take a look […]

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IN THE DETAILS :: RESTAURANT EDITION

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Whenever I’m in a bit of a design funk, I turn my sights away from residential interiors and look for inspiration elsewhere: namely hospitality design. Spaces that aren’t meant to be lived in are ‘allowed’ to take a bit more risk, and therefore are way more interesting! And since I’m gathering ideas for our studio space and my kitchen […]

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GET THE LOOK :: DARK BOHEMIAN

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Layered textiles, loads of plantlife, and worn woods are the building blocks to bohemian style. But recently, I’ve noticed one more twist: The dark bohemian. Ok, so this corner might be a bit over-dramatic, but it’s the perfect example of what I’m talking about. Layers, and layers, and layers of textiles. Wall hangings. Plants. See? Quintessential bohemian, with a […]

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  1. Heather P.

    I keep hearing that it gets dark and cloudy here in Seattle, so I can’t wait for that to happen so I can start to experiment with this kind of look more! I love how deep and cozy it all is!

    But alas, it’s bright, sunny, and HOT today. Nothing cozy about that. 😉

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 8.13

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My obsession with this Room of the Week started with this dining room… When we were designing our own, I had this on my board for inspiration. I loved the mix of materials – leather, wood, painted brick – and that black and white rug. I admired the fact that even though there’s a lot […]

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  1. Sylvie

    I love a backsplash all the way up the wall as well. My dream would be a bathroom with fully tiles walls too!!

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