take a look at this ridiculous, just ridiculous house seen via desire to inspire. the funny thing is that it’s not 100% my style, but as a complete package it makes my eyes go please sir, may i have some more? this house seen via destined to design always perving over the brick house and speaking […]READ MORE
a double storey floor to ceiling bookshelf. hold me. querosene house via contemporistREAD MORE
i’m moving into a new place this month, and i’m excited. i’ll be living with my very good friends (yay) and just the thought of experiencing a change puts a spring in my step. have been catching myself looking at interiors online, which is kind of futile since i don’t have a money tree (yet). yeah. so, this is kind of what i would like my house to look like… one day. or at least elements of. taste veers drastically from very light & airy to pretty dark & moody.
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this house is totally a case of oooooh i love the interior, but blegh why did they have to put that white block in the middle of a street filled with pretty old houses? really? way to ruin the neighbourhood guys.
i can hear my dad in the back of my mind saying, no sense of place. with a disappointed shake of his head… and i’d have to agree! but i can appreciate the interior at least.
discussion is welcome, i’m sure lots of people out there actually love the outcome. via contemporist.READ MORE
this is somebody’s holiday house in the cotswolds. i know, i know – try not to hate them.READ MORE
the house from a single man is still up for sale, by the way. just in case you were on the market and you wanted to spend in the region of $1,5 million (or less? i mean, in the current climate…) – this would be a good buy. designed in 1948 by john lautner; it […]READ MORE
the design of this attic to maximise space & provide for various living areas on different levels is pretty darn cool.
instead of taking the existing rooms as a starting point, the architect placed a large three-dimensional object in the space, creating a play of heights and a second level. the mezzanine-like structure not only provides a separate sleeping area and extra storage, but also screens off a kitchen area and bathroom.