Dezeen on Instagram: “Here's another image of the hugely popular glass-roofed extension that Fraher Architects added to an early 19th-century house in London.…”
17.7k Likes, 115 Comments - Dezeen (@dezeen) on Instagram: “Here's another image of the hugely popular glass-roofed extension that Fraher Architects added to…”
Sustainable Kitchens - The Cosy Stone Cottage Kitchen in Bath. The oak worktop creates the perfect country feel in this shaker style oak kitchen. The base units are painted in Farrow & Ball Down Pipe while the wall units are painted in Farrow & Ball Shaded White.:
TPC Residence - Mim Design
Informing the design was the requirement to successfully balance the heritage character of the home against the introduction of new elements to create a completely unique aesthetic. The design of the TPC residence directly responds to the client’s brief for a new dialogue between an old Victorian property, based in Melbourne’s Surrey Hills coupled with the increasing demands of catering…
Virtuoso - Mowlem & Co Beskpoke and Handmade Kitchens
Virtuoso is a classic with a twist; here is a kitchen that effortlessly combines the traditional with the contemporary with innovative colouring.
My Kitchen Exposed - Just a Little Build
I decided to write this post after receiving a lot of messages from my followers asking me how my kitchen is laid out (from the inside out). I received questions like; Where does your bin live? What cupboard designs did you opt for? Where do you store your pots and pans?…etc.
Rebecca's Kitchen - Rock My Style | UK Daily Lifestyle Blog
A modern country kitchen with bespoke kitchen painted in Farrow and Ball. With oak parquet flooring, farmhouse table and sliding doors
first home: Photo
in april 2009, i bought my first home. these are some of my favorite home decor and interior designs that i have collected to help inspire me. This blog contains affiliate links at no additional cost to you. It helps to keep this blog up and running. I appreciate your support.
This deep mustard yellow is famously named after the pigment collected from the urine of cows fed on a special diet of mango leaves It creates a really cosy and surprisingly unyellow space when contrasted with a dark tone like Tanners Brown