Sunday Loves Spaces - Recent Faves


Photography Derek Swalwell

So much to love in this bathroom by Luke Fry Architecture: I love the fact that they've done an under-mounted sink - not something you see all that often in bathrooms, and it really lets that incredible slab of stone shine.  And I love that they've paired that bold, weighty stone with the warm casual feel of rattan cabinetry. Also love a ledge shelf, always. And love the way they've rotated the tiles in places, to give a little surprise design moment to the otherwise very uniform floor-to-wall tiling. Want to see the rest of the house? Of course you do! Do the tour over on The Local Project.

Photography by Timothy Kaye

Yes, please! Sunday faves CJH Studio do it again with this stunning streamlined, concealable kitchen - the warmth of solid oak is the perfect juxtaposing partner for cool stone and clean lines. I adore those full-height solid oak handles, the angles on the stone island, and the fact that they've done a matching stone kickboards.


This balmy beauty is a family beach house on Australia's Mornington Peninsula, by free-spirited and fearless designer Hana Hakim (The Stella Collective). Click here to see more. Trust me, you wanna see more...

 Designers Bone Made drew inspiration for this seaside weekender from the chic French Brasserie design style. That arched double door there? There's two of them, one either side of the huge kitchen island. The one above leads through to another part of the home, the other hides a large pantry. 

There's a wee butler's nook situated behind those steel-arched, reeded glass pocket doors *swoon*

And this is the dreamy view and alfresco dining situation that this kitchen opens up to. Love how Bone Made have specified oak herringbone floors transitioning into a travertine crazy paving...

See a full view of that incredible kitchen and the rest of this breezy beautiful home here.

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