Living

love the light

i’m nowhere near buying a house (or even a cupboard somewhere) – but if i was on the market for a wee bit of real estate, i would probably start off with something teeny like a studio flat.  this is a pretty great example of a studio that doesn’t feel like a studio.

i love the galley ‘kitchen’ behind the couch, genius. and there are two living areas – impressive! i’d probably replace the 2nd living room with a dining / work area. the decor itself is bordering on gaudy, but the use of space is just awesome. via luphia loves from light locations

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i love lamp

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where do i find this lamp? WHERE?! i love it so.

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church house

this is pretty cool (in theory), it’s just too bad that the owners have the worst taste in the world (how’s that lounge, hey?) they could have done so much with it! they converted the church, but then basically made it look like a church with a lounge. plus there’s the whole living in a graveyard thing.

i remember seeing a church in cape town that a couple converted, that was way cooler. i wish i could find that, think it was in the VISI or elle decor (let me know if you have it!)

via desire to inspire

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schloss

my bro is scooting over to germany with his wife & 5 month old baby to attend a summer wedding that’s going to be held here. serious? serious. the bride’s sister lives in the place. nice! i can imagine characters from a jane austen novel wandering about the gardens and looking out the windows with their sewing on their laps.

note: ‘schloss’ means castle, in german.

speaking of weddings, this one caught my eye:

william & penelope (via once wed)

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let my cameron go

this post doesn’t really have anything to do with cameron from ferris bueller (love him, though), except that his character’s house from the movie is for sale. i have house envy.

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via apartment therapy. or skip to the original listing on sotheby’s for more pics.

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