David Jones

Wavy glass vessels tinted with obsidian, earthy textured organic shaped vases and bowls stacked one inside of the other burnished in sea foamy hues reminiscent of the salty ocean.             Wavy glass vessels tinted with obsidian, earthy textured organic shaped vases and bowls stacked one inside of the other burnished

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Sunday Sanctuary: Sao Paulo

  Different to the usual Sunday Sanctuary Apartment 61 is an experimental gallery apartment design by MNMA Studio. We are literally in mid-century furniture heaven!  Design and decor elements within Apartment 61 traverse the modernist movement that have shaped São Paulo’s architecture throughout the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s. The furniture adequately depicts those eras with

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Sunday Sanctuary: Casa Biblioteca

  Just this week I asked if anyone has read a good book lately… Well,  now I’m envisioning reading one of your many recommendations whilst sitting amongst the canopy at Casa Biblioteca also know as the Library House. Dreamy + Relaxing + Impeccable Design = Heaven Design by Sao Paolo-based architects Atelier Branco Arquitetura, set

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Sunday Sanctuary: Flow

  Refined, relaxed and quietly sophisticated, this week Sunday Sanctuary subverts expectations in the best possible way. Located on a busy inner-Melbourne street, the SLD Residence gives little of itself away. Designed by locally based firm Davidov Partners, the use of organic light, materials and a colour palette that is naturally clean makes us want

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Sunday Sanctuary: Spainsh

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Sunday Sanctuary: Vora Villa

  I have always strongly believed that a picture can speak a thousand words. And when the location is Santorini, visual storytelling is fully justified. Having travelled to Santorini three years ago, it has to be one of my favourite destinations to date, and it is here we find this weeks Sunday Sanctuary,  the Vora Villas.

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Sunday Sanctuary: Francesc Rifé Studio

A summer in Spain has always been on my bucket list… The culture, the food and pebbled beach of Mallorca have felt like a distant dream. But thanks to this beautiful Sunday Sanctuary located in Empordà, Catalonia, Spain, my summer Spanish vibes are feeling that bit more tangible… Designed by Francesc Rifé Studio in 2015,

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Sunday Sanctuary: Authenticity

There is something that screams authenticity when it comes to modern minimalistic design. As some of you may know, I am a what some would call massive fan of modern minimalistic design, when I comes to interiors. Give me  white walls and a polished concrete floor any day! This week Sunday Sanctuary is located in South London,

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Sunday Sanctuary: Belgium House

Clean, classic lines is everything we love in a Sunday Sanctuary. When you add a predominantly white colour scheme and understated, mid-century modernist interiors, we are totally sold. This weeks Sunday Sanctuary was created by the wonderful Beliugm-based architect Daskal Laperre. Situated on the outskirts of Brussels the residence is surrounded by large leafy trees, the

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Sunday Sanctuary: Villa Waalre

In a week that will filled equally with pre production and post production, a calming space with back to nature elements was exactly what the doctor ordered. This weeks Sunday Sanctuary is a result of a creative sculptural form that is liveable, responsive and elicits an incredible sense of calm. Villa Waalre is located in the town

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Sunday Sanctuary: Curatorial House

  This week at OF HQ we have been channeling the Wes Anderson vibes where the unusual, witty, meticulous and richly detailed are all prerequisites. And just when we thought we’d had enough (said no one ever) this Sunday Sanctuary came along. Known as the Curatorial House, this is where a collaboration between Architect Luke Moloney and interior

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Sunday Sanctuary: Case Design

  There is something to be said about simplicity when it comes to interiors and furnishing. The combination of natural materials and paired back fittings is a match made in interior  heaven. This weeks Sunday Sanctuary appeals to just that, designed by architecture firm Case Design, who are based in Mumbai. The firm work on

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Sunday Sanctuary: Tedhams

  This week I have felt the need and the desire to get back to basics. Where was my first stop… Tumblr of course. The old school mood board and source of inspiration for many years and many projects. There is a definite ease and nostalgic feeling when getting back in the groove of tumblr, I

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Sunday Sanctuary: Frey House II

  An avid Palm Springs lover since forever, this Sunday Sanctuary ticks all the boxes. This beauty is designed by the one and only Albert Frey, often described as one of the founding architects of Palm Springs, California.  Having visited Palm Springs not to so long ago it would be hard to imagine the desert city

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Sunday Sanctuary: Beachside

If I lived in a space like the above I think I would abide by the simplest of itineraries… I would wake with streams of sunshine on my face while snuggled under fresh white linen sheets. I would proceed, every so slowly to the lounge and take advantage of the spaces use of  natural materials

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Sunday Sanctuary: Zicatela House

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Sunday Sanctuary: Amangiri

  This weeks Sunday Sanctuary vast expanse of desert terrain is making me feel like a mid year holiday should be on the books, a holiday that evokes a sense of land before time. Located in Utah, Amangiri is a paean to architectural elegance, with low set rectangular buildings matching the colours and textures of the

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Sunday Sanctuary: Union

Familiar to the union of old and new, ancient and modern this Sunday Sanctuary dates back to the 17th century. An old oil mill in Soglinao Cavour, a small village in the province of Lecce, Italy. The raw spirit of the home is still intact where ancient stone floors, walls are arches speak. The old

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Sunday Sanctuary: Vila Tugendhat

  In the midst of an Instagram scrolling vortex, I stumbled across this master piece of beauty and simplicity. With an instant save and a quick google search, a perfect Sunday Sanctuary was in my horizon. And here we are now at Vila Tugendhat, designed by the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and built

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Sunday Sanctuary: Light Fill

  A long time fan of anything and everything tonal, this weeks Sunday Sanctuary is no exception. This somewhat minimalist apartment has just the right amount of character catching our interior eye. Located on the top floor of a centuries-old townhouse in the beautiful city of Copenhagen, sits this bright, woody naturalist’s dream space. The

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Sunday Sanctuary: Casa Modesta

Welcome to Portugal and the magical Casa Modesta, which might I add speaking from personal experience is a pure slice of heaven.  Recently my team and I travelled to the south of Portugal to photograph this instal-drool worthy location which has long been on our travel buck list. Casa Modesta is not like any other

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Marcel Breuer Harnischmacher Villa: Sunday Sanctuary

  Clean, white and tonal furnishing, an absolute winning combination in our eyes, and this Sunday Sanctuary has the lot. Back to basics as I like to call it… Villa Harnischmacher is this beauty’s name, after the World World II bombings destroyed the first version, the German family commissioned Marcel Breuer to re-build. The result received […]

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A minimal kitchen in shades of grey

This kitchen in a Swedish flat has been finished in multiple shades of grey. The worktop, upper cabinets, lowers and steel appliances give multifaceted shades of this cool neutral and keep it interesting while monochrome. I also love super sleek storag…

Sunday Sanctuary: Crisp

  Herringbone floorboards, ornate wall mouldings and the type of Parisian apartment that we at Oracle Fox dream of, is all right here in one sweet little package my friends. A poetic union of 19th century details and an urban aesthetic of minimalist functionality, this space is homed to Paris-based, Peruvian architect Diego Delgado-Elias. The apartments combination […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Neutral

  A minimalist apartment with just the right amount in character to catch our interior eye… Scandinavian interiors have been a long time love here at Oracle Fox, which comes down to a number of fabulous things. It’s the thoughtful and artistic placement of furniture, the purposeful spaciousness of certain rooms, the collection of simple, […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Klein House

  A mid century dream… Selkrik Klein House, located on the Scottish Boarders. A somewhat reminiscent of previous interior tours this baby is sure to get the creative juices flowing. The design of the single storey house is essentially a rectangle subdivided into eight foot modules, talk about open spaces. The interior highlights the use of natural materials […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Maison Kamari

Drum roll please… Let me introduce the dream minimalist summer house on the island of Paros in Greece. Maison Kamari was designed by Athens based architects React Architects who have einterpreted the cubic cycladic architecture with a modern and minimalist twist.  The design of the house is complimented by the decorated interior, a curated mix of mid-century […]

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Lightmaker Studio

Lightmaker Studio has one simple principle at their core – to make beautiful objects.  As you can see, this is something at which they excel.  Each object is carefully designed and assembled in their Toronto studio which takes the nostalgic chandelier and updates it with a modern 21st century twist. Drawing inspiration from elements such […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Casa No Tempo

  Casa No Tempo aims to connect the past with the future, leaving out the marks of time. Resulting in the most peaceful and timeless place. And we totally agree! It may be the vast white walls or the minimal yet very effect furnish styling but this little baby ticks all the boxes. All floors […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Synergy

  This weeks Sunday Sanctuary is in the hand of Raphaël Van Gend, Belgian-born designer with an impeccable taste for paid back minimal interiors. Mmm sounds like something we have in common. This space holds the perfect combination of old and new and rough and smooth, with minimal furnishings, where the absent is peaceful. I’m feeling those […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Ivy

I couldn’t let tonight go by without a little nod the festive season and a holiday themed Sunday Sanctuary for you this Christmas eve. This beautiful home goes to show that decorating for December can lean a little to the minimalist side and still be full of charm. Perhaps neutral tones, a pulled back table […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Neutra House

  In 1959 Richard Neutra, the famed architect designed the 1,300 square foot glass house. Best known as one of modern designs architectural gems. Today the space is home to David Neto and his family, who have filled the interior with a collection of vintage designs, midcentury pieces, art and sculptures… and we only a little […]

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Tangerine: Sunday Sanctuary

  All about the off vibes as of late… Quiet, still and serene. Three words that adequately describe this beautiful space and one that I can’t seem to look away from. It may be down to the masterfully edited tangerine sofa, or the tonal colour palate, a known Oracle Fox favourite. Bravo Bravo! Kinfolk  . YellowTrace  .  Pinterest  . […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Times Two

On the island of Zhoushan in rural China lies a house that can only be described as extraordinary, with a story to match. Laying abandoned for over 70 years, two neighbouring houses have received the ultimate makeover by being combined into one, despite a 4 metre difference in elevation. The architects & designers of such a […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: History Repeating

You guys, this is how it’s done. This lust-worthy Le Marais apartment is taking us to interior design class and I’m a very willing student. If only we could all get our hands on a Le Corbusier Chaise Lounge or a Jean Prouve Daybed. While we’re at it, some digs in Paris would be mighty fine too. Sunday dreaming […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: The Scarlet

To fans of bright interiors, dark walls can sometimes be the enemy… A moody addition that can dramatically change an interior and darken the atmosphere. But stop the presses ladies and gents, as you can see from the above, deep colours deserve big respect and I can feel my hand reaching for the paint bucket […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Code Red

One of the biggest trend’s for 2017 was red. Red shoes, red bags, even a red leather skirt, to name a favourite. From the runway, Balenciaga red puffer jacket to the street with Dorateymur Red Patent boots we couldn’t help but embrace it. And embrace it we did, bringing it right into the sanctuary. Above we have […]

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Beige: Sunday Sanctuary

  According to the Urban Dictionary, beige is variously described as a pale sandy fawn colour, a grayish tan, a light-grayish yellowish brown, or a pale to grayish yellow. It goes on to say that beige refers to a person that is normal, with minimal style and works a 9-5 job. I can most utterly confirm that […]

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The Fundamentals

  If you’re a regular to our Sunday Sanctuary interior tours, you’ll know I am partial material palette selection of wood, steel, concrete and marble  And let’s be honest how can a you go wrong with those fundamentals.  Add some Hans Wenger furniture and some homogenous art and you have yourself a winning combo. This winning combo of […]

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Modernist Minimalist

Scandinavian, mid-century modernist, minimalist, three words that accurately describe Louise Liljencrantz. And we totes agree. Liljencrantz background is in the fields of graphic design and fashion design… Which explains alot. Only entering the interior design game officially in February Liljencrantz has made a name for herself with in the epicentre of Scandinavian  minimalism- Stockholm. So without further […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: Back to Basics

Pared back with minimal styling, this week’s Sanctuary is drawing back to the basics… Hidden away in Mumbai, India lies a space that beautifully entwines the lush, green surroundings into a breath-taking, timeless home. With a focus on architectural structure and minimal furnishings, the beauty lies in the smaller, yet not un-noticed details. The use of hardwood timber on […]

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IKEA’s creative offices in Malmö cater 15 unique workspaces for individuals and group workshops

The interior of the offices for the creative team of Sweden’s IKEA was designed by Nanna Lagerman and Nina Warnolf to serve employees who need to work alone or collaboratively. Located on the fourth floor of a building that was once a bank, the creator…

Beautiful and small

Owned by one half of Melo Studio, maker of the fine porcelain on the countertops and dining table, this small and gorgeous apartment is for sale by Fantastic Frank at Parkgatan 6 A in Kungsholmen. Styled by Linnea Salmén and photographed by Emily Laye.

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A storage essential: clothing rails by Annaleena

The talented Annaleena whose studio and rails I’ve blogged about before, has a limited edition rail (you’ll have to scroll to the bottom to the it) that I adore. And while we’re at it, her store is expanding and now features other interior accessories …

Patriam

New residences being developed in Stockholm, interiors designed by Lotta Agaton.

Sunday Sanctuary: 101 Spring Street

This week’s Sanctuary lies on the corner of 101 Spring Street, New York – and is none other than the restored residence of the late, Donald Judd. Formerly Judd’s private home and work space, the 19th century cast iron building is now open for guided visits providing a unique insight to the designs, art and vision of […]

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Stockholm Design Apartment with A View

Good design should be at the heart of every interior design project, and the whole of this Stockholm apartment lives and breathes it. Living here would be just so easy.

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Sunday Sanctuary: The Safe Bet

With herringbone floors, statement lighting and just a few drool-worthy chairs… it’s safe to say this week’s Sanctuary has me weak at the knees. It comes then, as no surprise to learn the mastermind behind the Scandinavian, dream space is Louise Liljencrantz. Carefully curating textures, finishes and furnishings including marble, timber and granite in a neutral colour palette—each […]

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LGA transforms warehouse into community for homeless youths in Toronto

Canadian firm LGA Architectural Partners has created a neighbourhood within an old Toronto industrial building, to provide accommodation for homeless young people. Eva’s is a nonprofit initiative that provides shelter and educational facilities for homeless youth in the city. For the latest of its three residences, LGA Architectural Partners consulted with Canadian agency ERA Architects to revamp

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Shortlist revealed for inaugural AHEAD Middle East and Africa hospitality awards

Dezeen promotion: a hotel overlooking the Hajar Mountains in Oman and a Botswanan lodge located on a UNESCO World Heritage site are among the shortlisted projects for the inaugural AHEAD Middle East and Africa awards for hospitality experience and design. The AHEAD Middle East and Africa (MEA) awards will recognise the region’s best hospitality design and architecture

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Beech Architects adds zinc pod to derelict Windmill in Suffolk

UK firm Beech Architects has converted a 125-year-old windmill stump in Suffolk, England, into a guest house topped with an elliptical zinc-clad pod. Once a prominent feature of the landscape, the 60-foot-tall (18-metre) converted windmill now houses two bedrooms, a kitchen-diner, a bathroom, and a viewing pod that offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside from

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Sunday Sanctuary: The Overachiever

Hidden away in South Yarra, Melbourne lies our latest interiors obsession. Featuring herringbone floors, geometric silhouettes, and a neutral clean colour palette with all of the textures that you could possibly ask for – timber, leather, shearling and linen. The saying goes that it’s best to stick to what you’re good at,  but when you’re Design […]

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Sunday Sanctuary: London Still

With all the seasonal trends (that I too admittedly fall for), it’s sometimes a breath of fresh air to get back the basics. In this case, remembering the simple, timeless features and details that will stand the test of time… Floor to ceiling windows for maximum natural light, polished concrete floors, brass details, lust-worthy art and marble. […]

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Scullion Architects adds charred-larch tower to terraced home in Dublin

Located near Dublin’s docklands, this three-storey Georgian terraced house has been converted from three bed-sits into one light-filled “upside-down house” with a charred-larch extension at the back. Designed by Scullion Architects, the refurbishment flips the traditional house layout on its head, positioning the open-plan kitchen and living room on the top floor, bedrooms on the floors

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10 of the most captivating photo series to celebrate World Photography Day

Today is World Photography Day, and to mark the occasion we’ve rounded up 10 of the best photo series published on Dezeen over the past year – including 360-views of the Tate Switch House, an insight into Pyongyang’s unique architecture, and a look inside the flats of the Barbican estate. Barbican residents offer a look inside their

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Dark beauty

Norm Architects has partnered with Menu again on the interior architecture of an apartment in Copenhagen’s Nordhavn neighborhood Nordhavn. The old silo has been updated to include bespoke furniture, a kitchen, bathroom and even custom designed walls an…

Sunday Sanctuary: Morning Light

Hidden amongst the palm tress in Mexico, lies the Tulum Treehouse. A private house available for rent featuring the all the elements of your dream home… A living area big enough for a Broad City marathon with all your friends (and their friends), multiple oversized terraces, enough indoor-outdoor dining areas to take your pick, and […]

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Warm vs cool in this Swedish apartment

This small apartment from Fantastic Frank is a meeting of warm and cool tones, coexisting peacefully in a single space. (notice the Mantis lamp!) Styled by Josefin Hååg whose work I’ve shared here many times and is consistently inspiring.








Competition: win a book that showcases the homes of surfers from around the world

Dezeen is giving away three copies of Surf Shacks, a book of full-colour photography capturing surfers’ homes around the world. Compiled by surf culture blog Indoek, Surf Shacks features residences ranging from hidden rural cabins to converted vans, tropical bungalows and city apartments – putting paid to the idea that surfers reside exclusively by the coast.

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Sunday Sanctuary: Contemporary Cool

With beautiful and raw sandblasted oak, an abundance of lust-worthy art and contemporary furnishings, this apartment is ticking all of the right boxes. So, it comes as no surprise to learn the space is home to Parisian interior architect, Pierre Yovanovitch. Renowned for his contemporary interior spaces, Yovanovitch is particularly good at shaping spaces – no matter how […]

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Zrobym Architects’ summer house combines references to Scandinavian and Belarusian architecture

The cosy feel of classic Scandinavian cottages is referenced in the interior of this summer house near the Belarusian village of Raubichi, which is clad entirely in larch and cedar. Zrobym Architects, which is based in the nearby city of Minsk, designed the summer house (also known as a dacha) as a quiet retreat for

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Sunday Sanctuary: Complimentary

With a focus on complementary colours, (orange and green no less), an impressive art collection and unique textures, finishes and furnishing, there’s no doubt this week’s Sunday Sanctuary is one to inspire (and have you redecorating your entire house – hidden wall of art, anyone?). Steering away from the usual minimal interior theme, this space […]

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Get inspiration from the newest additions at COS

Transitioning into a new season is always a bit awkward, but with pieces like these from COS with detachable pieces and varying proportions the transition can be a much smoother one. I also love the area styled for this shoot, white washed walls and li…

Sunday Sanctuary: Santa Clara

If I lived in this beautiful space I think I would abide by the simplest of itineraries… Wake up to the sunshine on my face, then move to the chicest of chic baths for a fresh start to the day, then I think I would take advantage of the perfect interior furnishings while reading the […]

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10 contemporary homes that integrate arched doorways, windows and nooks

This week’s roundup from our Pinterest boards focuses on home interiors that feature arched openings – from an Arts and Crafts-inspired Melbourne house to a renovated Barcelona apartment. Vault Beach House, USA, by Johnston Marklee Johnston Marklee carved arches into the facades of this California beach house to frame sea views. The form is carried throughout the

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Sunday Sanctuary: Mutual Feelings

When work and home living, combine in the best way possible. Located in North East London, in what was once an old shoe factory, lies the live-work space of designers Max Lamb and Gemma Holt. The combined workshop, and living space is not only an aesthetic and self confessed, artist lover’s dream come true, but a perfectly […]

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The creative photography work of Irina Boersma

Irina’s work is so inspiring and lately on her Instagram she’s been sharing photos taken for Elle Decor Denmark that I absolutely love. I couldn’t find a portfolio for her work but you can find her on IG here.

Sunday Sanctuary: The Portrait

I know I say it almost every week, but let me say it again – I think I may have found my latest interior love. This interior masterpiece is by Nicolas Schuybroek. If you  haven’t yet acquainted yourself with his work, I would encourage some serious research right about now. With an impeccable eye for detail […]

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Apollo Architects’ minimal renovation aims to keep the atmosphere of an old family home in Tokyo

Rooflights, pale tiles and glossy flooring are among the tweaks that Apollo Architects & Associates made to a family home in Toyko to give it a light-filled living, kitchen and dining room. The Japanese architects were tasked with renovating the two-storey residence for a client whose father had built the house over 30 years ago. It is located in a suburban area of Tokyo called Ōta,

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The Home of Artilleriet’s Owners

Every now and again I come across a house that’s been designed so beautifully that I would happily move straight in to it; this is definitely one of them.

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