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Wednesday
Jun052013

SHABBY AND CHIC

Whether or not you're into the whole shabby chic approach, this sweet Scandinavian country kitchen might win you over. Every single nook is full of charm and history. This kind of decor calls for a mix and match of pieces with signs of wear and tear, and this lovely eat-in kitchen is a beautiful example of this design style done right. Amazing flea market treasures, family heirlooms and wonderful finds from a nearby barn is what makes it so special. I'm sold! How about you?

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Monday
May272013

BETWEEN BOHEMIAN AND CHIC

Located in one of Madrid's most legendary and trendy neighborhoods, this eclectic apartment showcases all the ingredients of its surroundings. Its owner wanted to find a style that would serve as a stage for contemporary art and his love for music – given that he's the artistic director for Universal Music. He accomplished a very retro look by putting together a delicious mixture of vintage pieces found in flea markets and auction houses complemented with others made from recycled materials like wood and metal. The result: a warm, welcoming home full of memories with a style somewhere between bohemian and chic.

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Monday
Dec242012

A BACHELOR PAD LIKE NO OTHER

This is not your typical bachelor pad. To the contrary. This Berlin rather spacious pied-à-terre is home to landscape architect Guido Hager when he's visiting the German capital from his home base in Zurich. The apartment is at the fourth floor of an historic building with alluring vistas of the city's charming local streets. Although the apartment was in need of complete renovation, Guido was ultimately captivated by the amount of wall space where he could display his brightly-colored art collection. I'm glad he kept the ornate details of the lofty ceilings as it adds a beautiful contrast to his minimalist and modern decor.

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