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Breezy welcoming entrance for our home. Love timber, pot plants and concrete internal stairs.

gorgeous entrance, including glass windows / door and light shade! Paint my timber a white/grey wash. Love this entrance with its breezy welcoming feel. Also the oversized pot plants and concrete internal stairs.

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Currently hanging at my . Check out more on my IN LOVE with these chairs from my faves at My client has insane taste 🙌🏻 xx PS. Limewashed deck is where it's at!

Bay Window, San Francisco, California photo via besttravelphotos . What a cool oval of wisteria framing that Victorian bay window!

Floor could even be stone or stained concrete. Love everything else.

But would def want a spiral stair case leading from the bedroom walk out down to the breakfast nook!💕Breakfast nook down stairs and master bedroom walk out porch upstairs! literally my dream layout!

The Plantation Style Home of Alanna Smit Photography: Simon Whitbread Words: Bly Carpenter At a time when Australia’s interpretation of plantation, Hamptons and coastal style interiors has become (dare we say it?) rather predictable and twee, it’s refreshing to step into the understated elegance of Alanna Smit’s tropical hideaway on Sydney’s …

The Plantation Style Home of Alanna Smit Photography: Simon Whitbread Words: Bly Carpenter At a time when Australia’s interpretation of plantation, Hamptons and coastal style interiors has become (dare we say it?) rather predictable and twee, it’s refresh

Love the coastal look? Scyon Linea weatherboards allow you to create a classic weatherboard look without the maintenance.

Alternative for shading at eaves height. Scyon Linea weatherboards allow you to create a classic weatherboard look without the maintenance.

18 Backyard DIYs That Are the Envy of Your Neighborhood - One Crazy House

18 Backyard DIY Ideas That Are the Envy of Your Neighborhood

Australian Homes Matt and Carly Skinner by Lucy Feagins, Editor A very special mid century home in Melbourne’s bayside suburb of Beaumaris, belonging to wine writer and sommelier Matt Skinner, his

Matt and Carly Skinner (The Design Files)

Central courtyard with new concrete plunge pool. Pop & Scott pot, and landscaping by Elk Landscape Developments. Photo – Annette O’Brien. Production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

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Long windows that create balance with high ceilings inside, but also let in ample light and sense of outdoors.