So many details I like about this house, Toorak2 by Australian Robson Rak Architects & Interior Designers. The layered dining room table, the office with the blue velvet chairs, the leather bench in the hallway, the open doors to the garden from the living room, the surface of the sofa table, the massive stove and much more.
The ranch of fashion designer Tom Ford. I once read an interview where he tells he gets up at 4.30 every morning to have his first (!) bath and somehow the aesthetics of that matches this architecture well. Very clean.
I´m going to send off the weekend with another ”holiday ready” inspiration bonanza. I´ve been solo home this weekend as my family is away on a weekend trip so have had plenty of time to among other things surf the web for inspiration and loveliness. Apparently I´m ready for holiday as most of the searching goes to blue skies and water, houses to die for and views to fill all your senses. Two more weeks of work and then, holiday!
Pics via L´échappée Belle with thanks
The rain is pouring down outside but I don´t mind today as I´m planning on staying in bed for a long time without deadlines and work. How about some holiday dreaming? I just love these images and am pinning like mad.
All pics via perfect holiday inspiration Chanelbagsandcigarettes with thanks.
I haven´t disappeared completely, it´s just super busy at the moment so unfortunately haven´t had that time that I really enjoy so much to update the blog. Like for most people the weeks just before holiday are crazy and there is just not enough time for all the fun. This home has been out there for a while but can´t not show it as it is so lovely and also the home of the owner´s of one of my absolute favorite interior stores, Artilleriet. Inspiration deluxe.
I think I forgot to show you this house when I found it some years ago so here we go: the Parsley Palace situated in a small town called Felanitx in Mallorca. It contains no less than twelve rooms and has a roof terrace, a yoga room and a small garden with pool and fruit trees all over. They have renovated the house but I like that they have kept the charm of it being a bit worn still, maintaining some history. You can see the renovation story here . It seems to be fully booked for the summer, but who would say no to an early September weekend here?
More info and pictures here.
All pics via Life on Sundays with thanks