In the height of the industrial revolution, the exposed brick, duct work and pipes of factories were not a desirable look, but simply inevitable. Today, leaving the inner workings of a home exposed, or even bringing in recycled, raw materials is a strong design movement with emphasis on aesthetic, rather [...]
This industrialised kitchen extension blends brilliantly with the period feel of it's listed host building; complimenting the brick work whilst remaining unafraid to claim an identity of it's own through the use of masculine grey powder coasted aluminium and a stainless steel kitchen design. The lean-to design of this structure works well; encapsulating the views of nature both across the garden space as well as from above as the canopy of trees shades the roof from extra heat. For more…
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We’ve been seeing a lot of bright, white kitchens lately… but that doesn’t mean they’re your only choice. At the other end of the spectrum are these delicious, moody spaces, with black walls or black cabinets or black tile or maybe all three. Whether paired with white or stainless steel or wood, a black backdrop makes for a beautiful, inspiring place to cook. Above: black cabinets and a black backsplash make an impression in a kitchen from The Country Philes.
The Graveyard House by Eldridge-Smerin Architects | Yatzer
It takes a definite amount of courage and an exceptional personality to live adjacent to a graveyard, but travel photographer Richard Elliott did just that! He commissioned Eldridge-Smerin Architects to design a granite cladded, modern glass house.
Whilst scrolling through Pinterest recently, I noticed that there was a whole lot of dramatic inky blue showing up in my feed. Image sources:: Top Left Top with Cinnamon |Top Right Image source unknown | Bottom Left The Setting Takes Time | Bottom Right Etsy I love the darkness and depth that you get from deep blue. Not…