This beautiful mountain home in the French Alps is designed by Studio Razavi Architecture. In this highly preserved Alpine valley, stringent architectural guidelines allow for very little freedom of architectural expression. Everything from building height/width ratio to roof slope, via building material and window sizes are strictly controlled to enforce what is locally perceived as patrimony protection but de facto
I love a white sweater for winter. My favorite is this wool-cashmere cable turtleneck from Everlane. I like the oversized fit and the quality is really good (the sweater keeps its shape after washing). Everlane is well known for their affordable & transparant prices and this beautiful sweater is only $130. I also love their woolen mittens featured below. Source:
This bright two-room home is located in Clifton Beach, a beautiful area of Cape Town in South Africa. The small apartment is set over two floors and hangs over Clifton’s 1st beach. The sound of the sea is loud and constant, the light ethereal and the location, prime, but it needed a lot of work. Essentially, the team of Michele
This stunning modern home is designed by Melbourne-based architectural firm Coy Yiontis. The architects about the design: The new extension is concealed from street view, heightening its privacy and the inherent ‘surprise’ upon entering a contemporary residence through a pretty Federation façade. Upon entry the house becomes completely transparent: the eye drawn through via the pool to its furthest rooms
This lovely 2018 calendar is designed by This Little Street and the good thing is that you can download it for free. Check it out here!
I prefer fashion items that are stylish yet casual. The 9 items that I have selected for this post have both qualities, plus all pieces can be combined together. Above: ruffled printed silk shirt. 1. Acne Studios oversized ribbed wool turtleneck sweater | 2. Star-print suede clutch | 3. ruffled printed silk shirt | 4. Isabel Marant Dicker boots |
Camille Styles and Chanel Dror have been looking for years for a place to set up their office and eventually found a 100 old year bungalow in Austin, USA. The bungalow had lots of potential but had to be completely renovated. A partnership with builder Monte Goertz and the architects at Low Design Office resulted in a stunning office space
This flower installation is just so beautiful! The floral arrangement has been created by Ruby Mary Lennox for Berlin based Food Stories’ studio. Source & credits: image by Marieke Verdenius | via AMM / blog.
Anthropologie is now offering a 30% discount! You don’t need a discount code: the discount will automatically be calculated during checkout. Valid today only, so hurry! Above: handmade throw. play tent | London ornaments | cushions | kids beanie top