Restored Captain Kelly’s Forgotten Tasmanian Cottage

Restored Captain Kelly’s Forgotten Tasmanian Cottage
This 320-square-metre cottage on Bruny Island in Tasmania dates back to the 1840s when it was built by its namesake, Captain Kelly – a harbourmaster who was noted for his voyage around Tasmania in a whaleboat and for being the first Australian to enter the Antarctic Circle in 1832. John Wardle Architects has restored the... 
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Vintage Tuscan Villa With A Touch Of Glam

Vintage Tuscan Villa With A Touch Of Glam
Today I’m going to spoil you with a cool eye-candy, a vintage Tuscan villa that is sure to make you dream of a holiday in Tuscany. Villa Laura is a classic Tuscan villa, which was restored in 2006, it’s nestled on a hill outside an ancient town. The villa is clad with stone, it’s original... 
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Vintage Home With Unique Antique Furniture

Vintage Home With Unique Antique Furniture
This Los Angeles home was designed by Atelier AM in neutrals but with an earthy and rustic feel. You’ll be excited about some unique antique furniture you’ll see around the house. Let’s take a closer look at the spaces to enjoy them all. The living room is done with white plaster on the walls and... 
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Renovated And Modernized 19th Century Home

Renovated And Modernized 19th Century Home
This 19th century home in France was completely renovated by architect Sophie Lallias; she added black, dark wallpaper and some more stuff that is wroth seeing, let’s do it. The living room features a black ceiling with beams, a hearth, some chic modern furnishings and a jute rug that adds a textural touch. There are... 
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Rustic Vintage Home Built Of Two Barns

Rustic Vintage Home Built Of Two Barns
This home was made of two barns that were dismantled, moved, and reassembled to create one big house in Roxbury, Connecticut. The property was created by Ed Cady Sr and Jr of East Coast Barn Builders for Cady Jr. The home has exposed beams, plaster walls, and antique cypress flooring. Upon entering, you’ll feel like... 
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Spanish House With Vintage Decor And Two Terraces

Spanish House With Vintage Decor And Two Terraces
This Spanish house with two terraces is 95 square meters, which isn’t that much for a house but it’s decorated furnished so cool that you won’t be able to take your eyes off! The first floor is taken by a living-dining space. Creating the interior, the owners tried to make the room as light-filled as... 
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Vintage Barcelona Loft With Timber And Brick In Decor

Vintage Barcelona Loft With Timber And Brick In Decor
Interior designer Marta Castellano and architecture studio Serrat-Tort have injected  personality and charm while retaining the original industrial appeal of this Barcelona loft. In renovating this open plan, exposed brick lined loft in Barcelona, interior designer Marta Castellano whitewashed the original herringbone timber floors in order to create a sense of cohesion across the varied... 
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Vintage Paris Apartment With Eclectic Features

Vintage Paris Apartment With Eclectic Features
Located in a 17th century building in Le Haut Marais, the lovely Paris home and showroom of Australian-born fashion designer Martin Grant is an intriguing mix of flea market finds, travel souvenirs and textiles.I’d say that this apartment is real French chic at its best, with eclectic features and refined items that seem to be... 
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Elegance Meets Vintage Madrid Apartment

Elegance Meets Vintage Madrid Apartment
This renovated 19th century apartment in Madrid was designed by La Traviesa de Conde Duque. The apartments is a charming and magical place with gorgeous original features and a wonderful random assortment of antique/vintage pieces, let’s take a closer look at it. The first step while redesigning this flat was the elimination of existing space... 
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Unique London Home Filled With Art And Antiques

Unique London Home Filled With Art And Antiques
This unique flawlessly decorated home was designed by its owner, antiques dealer turned interior designer Rose Uniacke, who defined the décor theme as “monastery meets Venetian palazzo.” The house was constructed long ago with impressive proportions, and several incarnations later it has been reimagined as a generous twenty-first-century family home, but one that also blurs the... 
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