Home Tour

Happy Tuesday. I trust this finds you all well and warm. Lately I have been searching through websites seeking inspiration for my own home. We moved into a gorgeous home a year ago. Luckily for us all the work had been done to enable us to live easily and comfortably. Me being me, I have my own unique style and like to put my own stamp on things (this will happen eventually, when time and money allows, however I am not a very patient person). Our near future jobs are to tidy up the landscaping and not that the husband knows it yet but I am looking to change our stove top splash back and hang some pendant lights above the breakfast bar. Heres hoping these can be done at a small cost. For now, I shall keep gazing upon the gorgeous homes of other clever people.

This gorgeous weekend home found thanks to Inside Out Magazine, belonging to Australian designer Shareen Joel ticks all my boxes. Black and cedar on the outside, a fantastic mix of textures and a gorgeous selection of statement pieces used throughout the home. Photography by the talented Sharyn Cairns.

Please please can somebody in New Zealand make me a chair like this or could someone let me know if they have seen one around. I love the mix of leather, linen and wood. Have been lusting after something like this for what feels like forever. A timeless piece to add to your home.

Again another winning combination, kilim wood and linen. Visit Father Rabbit to pick up a similar sofa from MCM House. They really are amazing! Also check out their range of linen cushions in store or online. And how can you go past those incredible Mark Tuckey side tables. And to finish off your space visit Siggada and choose from one of their ridiculously rad kilim rugs.

Check out The Vitrine to get a similar table and bench seats to add to your entertaining area. They even make a very cool indoor dining and again see Father Rabbit for a gorgeous selection of linen bedding and cushions.
Happy Tuesday.
Amy x

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