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makin’ it – this room, that door

From the looks of things there’s a lot more awesome going on there than just the door… but the door, oh, the door…

(It would make a wonderful addition to a room I know.)

Image courtesy of The Style Files.




plywood interiors

I love the deconstructed, or better yet, under construction look that the raw plywood lends to these spaces.With such an interesting grain, and a warm, light hue plywood is an interesting, modern, and cost-effective alternative to more traditional finished woods.
Image #1 courtesy of poppytalk.
Image #2 & #6 courtesy of Sunset.
Image #3 courtesy of papernstitch.
Image #4 courtesy of pinterest.
Image #5 courtesy of ffffound.
Image #7 courtesy of The Marion House Book.
Image #8 courtesy of Sarah.Wandering.
Image #9 courtesy of monopolist.
Image #10 courtesy of solovely decoration.



rest day – clapboard on the inside

I love the weathered clapboard interior of this bathroom. The textured and weathered blues, the stone tiles, the vintage and architectural elements – all mixed with clean, white porcelain.

Image courtesy of House of Turquoise.




destinations – casa honoré

I wasn’t planning on writing about a destination. When I first saw images of this print factory turned house I was in love. I have a thing for industrial spaces, for reinvention…. and the polished concrete floors, the slate bathrooms, and the Moroccan riad-inspired design are pretty okay as well. Upon further investigation I came to realize that not only is this the home of creative Annick Lestrohan, of the Honoré brand, but it is also a mini-hotel, named Casa Honoré located in the heart of Marseilles.

I love all of the clean white, black, and slate design with pops of color – the modern elements, hanging lanterns and lights, the reclaimed wood furniture, and the definite sense of whimsy in the art and decorative elements.

…And then there’s the courtyard pool around which the house is designed. Fabulous.
To learn more about Casa Honoré and staying there visit their website. To take a more in-depth room-by-room tour have a look at Living etc., who helped with the images here.

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