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Tuesday, April 15, 2014









I came across photos of this amazing Manhattan apartment over the weekend. I love just about everything about it. The whitewashed brick, the plants, the kitchen, the curated little vignettes, the perfect mix of rustic/industrial/antique touches. The whole house feels like everything has a story behind it. Then I came across the  before and after pictures and I was completely blown-away by the transformation. It's hard to believe it's the same place at all. 

Images Emily Johnston

10 comments:

  1. There is something about that combo of white washed brick (or white walls) and dark wood that is really singing to me right now. I saw a kitchen on some TV show in the past week or so with dark cabinets, frosted glass fronts and white subway tiles that I WANT. And now the image is gone forever. Doesn't mean I won't keep looking. Love this space.

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  2. Everything here is just beautiful. You are right it really does feel like there's a story behind everything. It all feels thoughtful. I could live very happily if this were my home.

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  3. Painted white brick!! Painted! White! Brick!! Be still my heart. That's all I want in my life. Is that so much to ask for? That kitchen though is pretty spectacular, it seems so cozy and curious, I love the combo of dark old wood cabinets and the marble counter. And the raw wood shelves. Looooove xo

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  4. I stopped dead in my mouse-tracks when I saw that vintage Ouija board! I have one from my grandma that she bought for us to play at her house when we were little, so it has the same vintage look, but it isn't as old. It's gorgeous! Makes for awesome vignettes.

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  5. Oh my good graces, that apartment has stolen my heart. I just love, love, love that white brick. How much do you think it'll cost to live there? ;)

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  6. it's fantastic. I especially love the white brick walls. me want too :)

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  7. It looks so cosy and filled to the brim with stories.

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  8. I kind of heart that itty bitty kitchen. And the art, can't forget the art

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  9. painted brick and subway tiles? Yes, please.

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