All posts tagged: hexagonal tile

scratch that, fancy this: new york loft style grownup bachelor pad

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interior / scandinavian design

all images courtesy of ah. exposed brick walls. certainly there are technical/maintenance aspects to be considered,  (if not whitewashed); and for the rentals, exposed brick walls is often viewed as an real estate ruse to bring some “design” intent to the property (not to say these faux exposed brick wall panels). so here you go, there are actually two types of exposed brick walls included in this property. what do you feel about the exposed […]

minimal luxury style: i can move in here

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interior / lifestyle

all images courtesy of alexander talking about “minimal luxury” style. this property from stockholm seems has the best neighbors including shops like tous les jours, dr. mat and superfront(my on-going fancy). the light wood floor and charcoal gray/gray tone makes a elegant and sophisticated style that is classic and chic. i know, i am just using all the flattering words. and yes, i can move in here without changing anything. leather details accentuated the […]

concrete, wood, and tiles (plus marble)

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all images via dezeen a lovely parisian apartment renovated by paris-based architecture studio septembre has the minimal interior style accentuated with varied flooring materials. all rooms are linked by a corridor through out the full length of the apartment. my favorite two corners are the kitchen and bathroom. the concrete flooring in the kitchen with grey cabinets,  marble countertop and backsplash that matches the surface of the dining table.

the nostalgic mood

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interior / vintage modern

all images courtesy of a vintage-inspired interior from fantastic frank for our sunday inspiration. couple interesting details in this apartment : hexagonal marble tile for kitchen countertop; painted black wood floor; file cabinet as bed side table (remember i was just talking about the use of file cabinet in this post?). the old wood shelving, mismatched vintage porcelain diningware and patterned fabric makes a beautiful wabi-sabi home.

fort green townhouse by elizabeth roberts design

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interior / Uncategorized

all images courtesy of Elizabeth Roberts Design a beautiful renovation in fort green, brooklyn. the townhouse includes two separate duplex apartments for the two families who purchased the building together. the images shown here is from the upper duplex designed by elizabeth robers design. i have to admit i am so sold by the combination of wood countertop and marble countertop island in the kitchen, the white oak wood plank floor, and that lovely balcony.  all images courtesy of Elizabeth […]