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Copper piping - 10 ideas to inspire

Until recently copper was a material that you might mostly have associated with traditional heritage style interiors (think Downton Abbey style kitchens full of copper pans) or boutique hotel bathrooms, and of course plumbing! Now however it's now popping up all over the place in fresh new ways.

The old water mill conversion I stayed at while on holiday in Wales a couple of weeks ago had a stunning copper clad modern extension, and it got me thinking about ways of incorporating copper into my own home, so today I'm featuring 10 different ideas using copper piping. Many of them are affordable and fairly simple to achieve and should be within the reach of anyone with some basic DIY skills, but if you're not feeling up to it you could always call in a plumber.

I'll take the copper clothes rail please!

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Five Things - #005 Blush


Sunday Edition

This week's links for a lazy Sunday.

Enjoy. x

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- The silence of dogs in cars - a haunting series of portraits of our canine friends as they sit and wait for their owners to return.

- Designers including Nendo, Patricia Urquiola and Philippe Starck reinterpret the Kartell Bourgie table lamp to mark its tenth anniversary.

- Michaela Anastasiades' minimalist London town house is a platform and inspiration for his work.

- Circles in neutral - a beautiful Etsy treasury (via @SllabStudios)

- Rita Konig's simple guide to picture framing.


(Above: Egg shaped pots from Inreda Utreda)


Geometric home accessories from Kristina Dam

The new lookbook from Kristina Dam dropped into my inbox recently and this geometric wall structure jumped out at me as a way to add an interesting and unsual expression to your wall, either as a stand alone piece or alongside your existing pieces of art.

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Lucky for One

Spotted and admired at Interiors UK recently, Lucky for One by Juliette Bigley is a slightly whimsical and anthropomorphic collection of vessels crafted from patinated brass with gold plate, that aims to prompt us to consider how we interact with each other in groups.

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Spring Picks from Toast

The promise of Spring might still seem like distant dream but dream we can. A guaranteed way to lift your spirits is to look at the Spring/Summer 2014 offerings that are beginning to filter into stores and online.

One that has particularly caught my eye is the new House & Home collection from the lifestyle brand Toast. The beautifully styled lookbook has me daydreaming of sunnier climes thanks to the punchy hits of bright colours that compliment the muted greys and blues. Here are some of my favourite picks from the new collection.

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Looking Good

Getting ready for the world 'out there' is a serious business. So here's another returning piece of classic furniture that reminds us of the importance of creating dedicated areas for our daily rituals.

Early modernism meets luxury with this 'Vanity' dressing table by Canadian designer Martine Brisson. Wenge wood complemented with strip steel and mirror glass are used to great effect to produce a visual joy of negative space and geometric construction.

Classic modernists such as Gerrit Rietveld and Eileen Gray would surely have approved.

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Monochrome tranquility in Paris

There's something calm and almost zen-like about this beautiful Paris apartment designed by Joseph Dirand. With its pared back aesthetic and peaceful palette of black, white and nurturing neutrals it seems almost imbued with a sense of tranquility.

But judging by the irreverent typographic poster it's a design scheme that doesn't take itself too seriously.

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