Digging the super soft sorbet shades in this room (accidental alliteration).
Also, sheers with crinkled linen make a great couple - they instantly create a peaceful, textural space.
The kitchen-lounge at our place is so teeny, I enjoy seeing how other people work with it. Painting the kitchen a distinct colour I think is really the only solution - in this case, overcast grey on the lounge walls, and white-on-white in the kitchen to delineate it and open it up. Appreciating the extra space they've grabbed here by way of a good looking cabinet, where all your nicest tableware can show off.
Go and see inside the rest of this sweet Sydney apartment, over on The Design Files - Photographed by Eve Wilson
I think a fireplace in your bedroom is the ultimate in hygge.
Just want to hang out here all day today, drink coffee and read books.
I love the transitional spaces in a house - hallways, entranceways, stairs.
Pink door! That is all.
Double Bay house by one of my favourite interior architects, Arent & Pyke.
Australia has a ridiculously high quota of amazing interior designers and architects per capita. This is White House by Melbourne's Clare Cousins. (Go see the whole house here - the black fireplace is maybe the coolest I've ever seen)