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FAMILY BATHROOM | CONCEPT UPDATE

27/03/2017

Studio Four Alfred Street Residence bathroom Est Living - via SHELF/LIFE Alfred Street Residence by Studio Four via Est Living As I did with our Guest Bathroom, I’m revisiting my old concept for our upstairs Family Bathroom today and sharing some of the images I had on my original moodboard. It’s a fairly similar look and feel to our guest bathroom, although I knew this bathroom would function differently as our family of (almost) 4 would be using it frequently. We’ve been moved back in for a week now
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GUEST BATHROOM | CONCEPT UPDATE

19/01/2017

tara tapware by dornbracht - via SHELF/LIFE Early last year I pulled together a mood board for our guest bathroom and posted it on my old blog. I thought now that we’re partway through our renovation it might be fun to revisit what I envisaged all those months ago, and compare it to what is becoming our reality. In this post are the main images from that mood board, all of which I still love, but it’s interesting to see what has endured and what has
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FOR THE LOVE OF TERRAZZO

19/12/2016

Happy Place by Fiona Lynch | for the love of terrazzo - via SHELF/LIFE Like a lot of people these days, I enjoy keeping abreast of all the latest interiors trends and, of course, have noticed that terrazzo is having a bit of a moment right now. It’s a material that has been around forever and hasn’t always been regarded as particularly cutting edge, but right now its application in some amazing spaces has elevated its status. With our current renovation, I have been really hesitant to use any materials that are
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CH-CH-CHANGES

21/10/2016

shelf-life-changes-2016 I have never been a particularly big believer in ‘things happen for a reason’ and have gone through much of my life not really questioning and mostly just doing. However, this past year has been a challenging one and at times when things were maybe not the rosiest, I’ve had to look at the positives in order to keep chugging along and not get swamped down. I don’t mean that in a dramatic way, all ‘woe is me!’,
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