Get their look: Swoon Worthy boho glam kitchen

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We love this space! This Swoon Worthy boho glam kitchen belongs to Kimberly Duran; Pennsylvania-born, Manchester-based, multi-award-winning lifestyle blogger.

Swoon Worthy is the name of her blog and ‘eclectic boho glam’ is the fitting phrase she uses to describe her style.

Kimberly’s bold use of black, metallics and print is in evidence all around her house however, it’s in her kitchen that we love it the most. Copper, brass & gold against black is a match made in heaven and so, so current. The open, overhead shelves show off her collection of beautiful glass and china to great effect.

If you’ve fallen for Kimberly’s kitchen, you’ll love the rest of her home. Go check out her ‘doing up’ story on her website.

  1. Bitra hook rail
  2. Hotpoint PHPN64FAMK 60cm chimney cooker hood – black
  3. Solid marble serving dish on stand
  4. Freight brass pepper mill
  5. DeLonghi – White ‘Brillante’ kettle
  6. Chef non-stick turner
  7. Bloomingville golden flat grater
  8. Monogram mugs
  9. Gold monogram mugs
  10. Spotted porcelain mug
  11. Leopard-print porcelain bowl
  12. Gold ladle
  13. Gold whisk
  14. Gold spatula
  15. Ruffoni kitchen jars
  16. Love Leopard wallpaper, peach

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Get their look: Laid back kitchen diner

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What a laid back kitchen diner! The space belongs to Dee Campling, Instagram doyenne and co-founder of the myhomevibe hashtag.

It has a natural Scandi feel – very modern, yet homely too.

You can imagine her family sitting here having their breakfast, the kids doing their homework or the grown-ups sharing a bottle of wine after the young ones have gone to bed. A space for all the family!

  1. 45” handmade jute macramé hanging basket pot holder
  2. 300mm silver disco mirror ball
  3. Samsung The Frame Art Mode ultra HD TV
  4. Stendig wall calendar
  5. Charles and Ray Eames DAW chair by Vitra
  6. Euphorbia Ingens cactus
  7. Seagrass basket
  8. BJURSTA oak veneer extendable table

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Get their look: Monochrome open-plan living space

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This monochrome open-plan living space belongs to textile designer and Rosendahl Design Group Creative Director, David Andersen‘s Copenhagen home.

Wonderful light enters the space from all directions – the kitchen area being particularly blessed, which is ideal for food preparation and cooking tasks.

It’s a very pared back, masculine interior – no unnecessary fuss in evidence here. The interior décor has a  strong design-led feel with some real Scandi classics in evidence. It’s striking, yet very functional.

  1. PH ‘Snowball’ pendant lamp by Louis Poulsen
  2. Set of 2 Kay Bojesen Lovebirds
  3. Verner Panton ‘Panthella’ floor lamp
  4. CH24 Wishbone Chair black beech & black paper cord seat
  5. ‘About a stool’ bar stool by Hay
  6. Kubus 8 Candleholder by Lassen
  7. Fredericia No1 3-seater sofa designed by Børge Mogensen

Have a look at some of the other interiors (and exteriors) that we’ve featured in our Get their look series.

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Get their look: Tropical look courtyard garden

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This tropical look courtyard garden is something we could happily live with. Our garden is a of a similar size and is laid with granite setts. We’re never going to have manicured lawns and large, cascading perennial borders. However, it does lend itself to this kind of look – an intimate, welcoming space. Perfect to accommodate relatively small scale beds, some containers & pots, a seating area and perhaps a barbecue.

The garden pictured above is located in a built up part of London – arguably the warmest area of the country. Tropical plants such as bananas and palm trees are easily grown in the capital. Up here in the rainy, frost-prone North they need a little more care & attention.

We love big, showy, architectural plants; they’re contrarily suited to small-scale gardens. Our garden is quite sheltered, but damp & shady in parts too – and often very cold in the winter. Some plants do well… others not so keen.

When we first moved to our current house 15 years ago, we planted a black bamboo in the ground and it’s flourishing – reaching heights of about 20 feet! Other tropical (or tropical-looking) plants that we’ve managed to successfully nurture in our decidedly temperate back garden include Fatsia Japonica, Rheum palmatum and Gunnera manicata.

  1. Phyllostachys Bissetii (Bamboo)
  2. Musa basjoo (Japanese banana)
  3. Canna indica (Indian shot)
  4. Colocasia esculenta ‘Black Magic’ (Taro or Elephant ear)
  5. Agapanthus Africanus
  6. Hedychium Densiflorum (Ginger lily)
  7. Dicksonia Antarctica (New Zealand tree fern)

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Get their look: Italian chef’s kitchen

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There are so many clues in this interior as to the nationality and occupation of the owner; it’s an Italian chef’s kitchen. Lucas Migliorelli‘s apartment is in a castle; the kitchen floors are made of marble and there’s a huge chandelier hanging from a high, frescoed ceiling.

We’d highly recommend you to have a look at the rest of the photos from the house tour. His kitchen – especially in the eyes of two ex-chefs – is so perfectly kitted out!

  1. ILO soft touch magnetic knife rack
  2. Vintage style pasta collage poster
  3. Bialetti ‘Moka Express’ espresso maker, green/red
  4. Vonshef manual pasta maker
  5. Boleslawiec pottery sugar bowl
  6. Vintage copper stove top kettle
  7. Vintage copper strainer/colander
  8. White marble pestle and mortar
  9. Red enamel colander

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Get their look: Grey industrial kitchen

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This grey industrial kitchen – and the house it belongs to, is one of the most stunning we’ve seen in a while!

The Barcelona apartment was renovated by Jaime Beriestain back in 2015. Despite the fact that this room doesn’t get much natural light, the owners were brave enough to paint the walls, ceiling and cabinetry such a shadowy shade.

The combination of dark grey, copper and natural wood is a modern classic that remains hugely popular. Objects that could otherwise get slightly lost, really stand out and draw your eye. The light that does pervade the space is somehow enhanced, and you notice its play on shiny and reflective surfaces.

There’s a profusion of hard surfaces and materials which is very practical for a kitchen… and yet, despite this, the room retains a real warmth. We love it!

  1. Vintage XL French bread board
  2. ALANA rectangular mirror in brass
  3. Sycamore chopping board
  4. Extra large marble pedestal pestle & mortar
  5. Black BACKIG dinnerware
  6. Industrial style adjustable swivel bar stool
  7. Smeg TR90BL1 Victoria single cavity 90cm wide dual fuel range cooker, black

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