all images courtesy of alexander white.se
talking about fancy and minimal luxury. this property from stockholm seems has the best neighbors including tous les jours, dr. mat and superfront(!).
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 medium gray cabinets and added a right amount of warmness to this marble-gray combination. oh wait, did i see the marble countertop and back splash?
the charcoal gray hex floor tile and glass shower panel. and more marble counter top for the laundry set. no, we will never get tired of having marble counter top.
all images courtesy of alexander white.se
what a fancy unit to day dream about.
image via est living
our home renovation is totally behind the schedule (somehow we are not surprised?), and i really, really cannot wait to the day when everything is done done. i miss the days of making saturday morning breakfast without needing to going in/out through the plastic sheeting… well, you know.
definitely we’ll be so proud of ourselves when this renovation is done.
spotted this beautiful kitchen with some impossibly beautiful details and ample of natural sunlight. you can read the full article here to learn more about the kitchen layout.
have a nice week ahead!
all images courtesy of fantastic frank.se
mint green and cork/earthy tone have proven to be the no-fail formula. love this parquet wood floor and the gray tone living-dining-kitchen space with a subtle mint green for the kitchen cabinets. um yeah, there is a marble counter top, of course =)
images courtesy of fantastic frank.se
styled by emma Fischer for Bjurfors Göteborg
two very different settings of kitchen using same color & material palette: brass hardware, gray cabinets and marble countertop, and both kitchens look amazingly chic. love the simplicity and the accent of brass hardware.
white vs. black, which one is more of your type?
all images courtesy of madearchitects.be
the freshly cut look of plywood pair with marble countertop, these two simple materials, are surprisingly a perfect complimentary to each other. so minimal in form but rich in its character. simply gorgeous. and hey did i mention there is a beautiful concrete floor (in true cement gray) that extends inside-out? it must be such a treat to have your daily meals or cup of coffee here with that view.
if you’re like me who still believe in concrete floor, check out these beautiful examples here and here by antwerpen-based architecture studio made architects.
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.
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images courtesy of weekday carnival
i am so excited to find out the very awesome weekday carnival is back to the blogsphere!
images shown here is the 2016 minimalistic calendar designed by riikka. i love how minimal it is yet have good balance of white space where you can write down notes for each day.
check out her shop RK DESIGN for more original & refreshing design like this… and definitely stop by her blog where you can always find amazing diy projects!
all images via fantastic frank.se
i am having two subjects in one post today.
remember the virtual monday post? that’s right, the realization of the project looks JUST LIKE the rendering, in good way! the marble countertop/backsplash with brass trim, framed by black cabinets with brass hardwares… minimal yet rich in materiality, michitecture’s #1 design mantra.
and remember the atrium house by tham & videgård arkitekter featured back in 2012? stockholm-based architecture office TVARK’s book looks perfect in one of the HG7 project, packhuset. you can look inside the book here via idea books.nl (which offers really awesome book preview). buy the book from amazon(US).