If you are a fan of Tea with Jules, you will notice we have been a little bit sneaky with the couch our guests sit on! We’ve used the same couch on a lot of the sets but put a spin on the styling of it in 3 different ways.
Posts Tagged ‘Interior design’
I’m back at it with my concrete and wood combo, but I just can’t get enough! This lovely house is pretty much heaven in 4 walls. I love it’s grand structure and delicate finishings. It’s the perfect mix of simple, minimal and strong.
Dear Owners: Can you invite me for dinner and a swim please?! My all time favourite combo. Concrete and wood. It’s the perfect marriage. This house gives me clean lines, simple yet modern design without being one bit bland or dull.
The combination of minimal, modern, classic with a pop of colour in this house is perfection. I am obsessing on green right now for interiors, so this tiled wall with the pot plants sprinkled around the rooms is all my dreams come true. The ceiling details make this space original and such an interesting feature.
There is so much home inspiration around me. As we start the build to our house, I am collecting some beautiful ideas from endless scrolling on the world wide web. To me, there is nothing like starting simply and adding your own taste and aesthetic from there. Much like this house. Sweet. Simple. Stylish.
On Japan’s smallest island, Shikoku, stands this Tadao Ando, seven bedroom concrete delight. Completed 17 years ago as a private guesthouse it was then transformed into a small art museum and has now opened as the Setouchi Retreat Aonagi.
I’m bringing it back home to Aussie soil with this Weekend Wonder. This little box of wooden goodness in Melbourne has a jam packed combo of concrete, hoop-pine and tallowwood in it’s modern, liveable design.
The vertical lines throughout the house create an illusion of height and that bathroom….ahhh – day spa anyone?
I know there is more to life than just black, white and grey, but I just can’t get past the simplicity of monochrome. This Finnish home in Helsinki uses white as it’s backdrop then splashes the sweetest spots of texture to fill the rooms with homey love.