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A new discovery, Mason Studio is an award winning interior design firm based in Toronto. With a focus on the integration of art, objects, graphics and technology, their impressive portfolio includes hotels, restaurants, residential projects, exhibitions and conceptual installations at locations around the globe. The project Cabin Residences shown below is residential model suite for Toronto-based boutique developer, Curated Properties. Taking inspiration from vernacular Northern Ontario cottage residences, it brings the appeal of a cabin getaway into the heart of the city. Contemporary in style, the gorgeous suite uses refined materials sourced locally, in combination with furniture, artwork and accessories by Canadian craftspeople. See the full tour here

Photography by Scott Norsworthy via Mason Studio

These beautiful interiors were created by stylist Pella Hedeby in collaboration with Riksbyggen for Residence. Showcasing her interpretation of Autumn trends, Pella never fails to inspire with her effortless style and beautiful choice of materials, furniture, lighting and art works. The colour palette is also perfect. Featured in the latest issue of Residence magazine, you can also see a short film here

Styling by Pella Hedeby and photography by Kristofer Johnsson for Residence

Lately I've been drawn to homeware pieces such as kitchen trays, boards and spoons in a darker wood variety. These hand carved wooden accessories are made in the UK by Forest + Found and are made from reclaimed walnut, giving them a unique grain and beautiful texture. I love the elegant shapes of the spatula and spoons. The bowls would be great for storing everything from fruit to jewellery. Shop the full collection at The Future Kept

Images via The Future Kept

This incredible home by Architect Nicholaj Rahbek Ernst of Ernst + Kindt-Larsen Arkitekter is located near Great Deer Park in North Zealand, Denmark. Built for a family who wanted a modern interpretation of a 60s-house, with a focus on texture, light and natural materials, the results are stunning! See the full house tour here.

Photography © Pernille Kaalund for Bo Bedre

Some beautiful interior inspiration from Ikea Livet Hemmet to finish, I'm loving these these dark rich tones of navy and burgundy layered with textural elements in varying shades of grey, beige and brown.

Styling by Pella Hedby / Photography by Ragnar Ă“marsson

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