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I have an inspiring mix of finds to share today, starting with Studio 8A by Rye London. Located on the top floor of an old print factory in East London, this industrial style kitchen photography studio is a magnificent all-white space with high ceilings, white exposed brick walls and concrete floors. Fitted out with a dream kitchen that includes expansive work benches, an island and coffee area, the studio provides the perfect location for shoots, filming, workshops, and events. Created as a place to connect, inspire, celebrate and collaborate, it has a focus on natural food, Nordic design and minimalist lifestyle. Find out more at Rye London.

Images by Rye London via Minimalissimo

I first featured The Loft, an interior design agency in Amsterdam back in 2015 - a must see, check it out here. The incredible space is curated as a fully furnished apartment and their latest look, which I recently discovered via Petite Passport, showcases a stunning bedroom setup. A great article with beautiful imagery, take a look here .  

Images via The Loft 

The interior design of the Four Seasons Downtown New York Hotel (also known as 30 Park Place), was recently completed by design firm Yabu Pushelberg. Featuring beautiful materials and unique elements, I particularly love the bespoke furnishings and soft hues used in the bedrooms. Evoking a sense of calm, this palette was chosen to provide a warm, residential quality and it has certainly delivered. 

Photography by Scott Frances via Dezeen 

These next images courtesy of Residence Magazine were created at a magical 1600-century palace in Stockholm. Featuring a mix of highly covetable furniture and objects included hand-crafted pieces, I've always found the woven S-Chair by Tom Dixon for Cappalleni to be a piece of art in its own right. See more imagery as well as a full list of the products used here

Styling by Alexandra Ogonowski / Photography by Kristofer Johnsson for Residence Magazine 

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  1. The images from Studio 8A are painfully perfect!! I love them all!x

    Millie x

  2. hi, this is a nice Project. Amazing rooms, very motivating post…Jasmin

  3. Great! Very interesting post!! regards from Italy ( )



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