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Category: Interior Design

Greenery is the 2017 Color of the Year

Some Greenery~ The Pantone Color Institute, helps companies make the most informed decisions about color for their brands or products. In December the company revealed the 2017 Color of the Year, Greenery. It’s a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade symbolising new beginnings. For as much as I…

Stunning Adhesive & Removable Wallpaper

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Removable Wallpaper…You Don’t Have to Commit! Whether you’re looking for a temporary fix or a permanent solution, self-adhesive removable wallpaper is the smart choice to revamp your space. It applies quickly, removes clean, and can be used in countless…

Historical Boathouse in Mosman, Sydney

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Dreamy Boathouse Revival Set on the beautiful expanse of Sydney Harbour, and several pocket-sized beaches, Mosman is a stylish urban hub featuring some great shopping and culinary experiences as well as being home to the famous Taronga Zoo (I’m not a fan…

Funky & Bold in New Orleans

Follow my blog with Bloglovin A Beautifully Strange Home in New Orleans This isn’t my ‘typical’ pictorial but I love how brave Miranda Lake is with her use of colors. When she acquired the empty lot next door to her, just before Katrina hit in 2005…

Here is My New Kitchen

Our Humble Dream Home A little over ten years ago, my husband and I bought a beach cottage next-door to us. It was built in 1938 and had only two owners before we acquired it. The original owner was a lady from Chicago who designed the ‘L shaped…

South African Modern Farm House

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Excellence in South Africa When Dané Erwee and Chris Willemse, the owners of this house known as Johannesdal, imagined it, they thought of “something that welcomes: a modern exterior with a farm inside”. This extremely creative couple have made a name for themselves…

Coqui Coqui, Tulum’s Perfumerie & Boutique Hotel

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Coqui Coqui It started with one room, a small shop and a perfumerie, and then slowly grew, adding one room at a time, making the space feel organic and as ancient as the surrounding ruins. Coqui Coqui Residence and Spa, Tulum’s first boutique hotel…

Just Above the Waves in Malibu, D.L. Rhein Does Her Thing

Malibu Interior Design~ Perched directly above the crashing waves of the Malibu coastline, this 1930’s cottage was a summer retreat Deborah Rhein‘s clients rented for years.  When the opportunity arose to purchase it, they immediately decided it had to be theirs. Designer Deborah Rhein has been a…