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Happy Easter…

DIY: cement easter eggs/directions here

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Mar 31, 2013
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Commute…

…wrapping up the week and ready for a Friday evening…have a good one…

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Mar 29, 2013
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It’s A Man’s World…

…well, at least it is today at cabbagerose…I came across Stunning (with a capital ‘S’) masculine bedroom designs for the fellas at D Pages today that merit a look-see.  Inspired by Alex at D Pages, I thought a visit to this minimal modern apartment in Paris would be a nice follow-up (thanks, Plastolux).  Frederic Berthier Architecture selected a beautiful color palette and materials; white marble mixed with light leather and wood; to create a calming bachelor space…

…this is ‘a moment,’ yes?…

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Mar 28, 2013
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More from Nicole Hollis…

…yahoo!  More dynamic designs from Nicole Hollis...

private residence, napa valley

heine

ruti, filmore

private penthouse, san francisco

farmhouse, st. helena, california

hotel triton, san francisco

private residence, orinda, california

all images courtesy of nicole hollis

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Mar 27, 2013
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Palm Beach Favorite…

…one of my favorite rooms…ever…

kelly klein’s palm beach home/David Piscuskas of 1100 Architect

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Mar 27, 2013
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Lovely Buddha…

Lovely buddha…always brings a sense of serenity and integrity into a space…

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Mar 26, 2013
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Wellness Citygarden…

…ahh, home sweet home…residential bliss…capturing the essence of relaxation and well-being, the modern Wellness Citygarden in the Netherlands is a stimulating environment in the middle of the city.  This piece of heaven was created by Centric Design Group.   Wellness Citygarden stands as an example of respect for free time, inspiring modern design and fascinating additions to an urban development.

please invite me over…

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Mar 25, 2013
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On the Pacific…

…Architectural geometry and photography go hand in hand, as portrayed in the exemplary project by ANDO Corporation known as “Rooms.” This fabulous contemporary residence rises in Wakayama, Japan and occupies 288 square meters – enough space to become an airy, minimalist cluster of rooms perfect for living an uncomplicated lifestyle.

Surrounded by lush vegetation gently sloping down the hillside, the white volumetric residence benefits from a spectacular play of geometry in the front garden leading inside to the brightly lit spaces. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the modern home seems to defy its surroundings with an imposing shape while visually connecting with it from different vantage points at the same time. Interior spaces are split into separate blocks connected by a terrace and a covered walkway, ending with an oceanview pool that completes this minimalist dream home.

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Mar 25, 2013
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Fresh Air…

…mmmm…fresh air, albeit chilly, and a healthy dose of sunshine.  Things are looking good.  Happy Thursday.

bluff house/robert young architecture & interiors

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Mar 21, 2013
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Keep Your Eyes Open…

…for the creative genius of ROVVEL, interior design by Anna Korkobcova & Kat VanCleave in San Francisco.  ROVVEL,  (Revolve, Evolve, Rebel) aesthetic combines simplicity of form with the complexity of light, scale, texture, and color. While remaining aware of the relationship of the human body in space, the team is drawn to refined, smart and sexy designs.  ROVVEL…remember where you heard it first…

hillsborough, california

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Mar 20, 2013
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Darn, I Like This…

…I have a personal bias when I see “too much” wood in a space.  It can get in my way…especially oak.  But darn, I like this…I find this heavy use of wood visually appealing, warm, and modern.  Kudos to Mabbott Seidel Architecture in New York for helping me see custom millwork in a new light…particulary when combined with concrete and brick…and placed in outstanding projects nestled along the Hudson River…

…hudson river duplex…above guest kitchenette…

…tribeca duplex with cantilevered wine + humidor room…

…painting studio…

…simple bed…

…roof terrace 2…

all images courtesy of mabbott seidel

 

 

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Mar 20, 2013
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Walk on By…

…we often walk past fabulous spaces and take them for granted…

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Mar 19, 2013
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Live and Blossom…

…This home from the ’60’s has been creatively reinterpreted, based on this family’s needs and desires to create the perfect space in which they can live and blossom everyday for years to come…airy and poetic, House H by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects in Matsudo, Chiba, Prefecture, on the outskirts of Tokyo…

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Mar 18, 2013
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Styling For the Architect/Designer…

…hey, what’s this?  The first of a new series of smart dressing for the architect/designer…this time a collaboration with the mecca of fashion, DIANI, located in Santa Barbara.  This is just a small taste of offerings…if you have a minute, please visit the DIANI blog and beautiful website .  You won’t be disappointed…I promise…double promise…

…I have my favorites chosen.  Thank you to the talented stylists at DIANI…

3. Smythe Cropped Pant ($450.00)
4. Rag & Bone Perry Tank ($255.00)

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Mar 18, 2013
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One of My Favorite Things…

…I have a real thing for Irish moss…absolutely adore it…love to run my fingers through that tosseled mop of green. Happy St. Patrick’s Day…today, we are all Irish, yes?

Irish moss and planter available here

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Mar 17, 2013
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