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Emma Stone’s Sweet Mid-Century Home in La La Land
August 1, 2022
A tour of Emma Stone's homely mid-century beach house in Malibu.
Awe Inspiring Mid-Century Home in LA
August 3, 2022
A look at this awesome, individual, home in LA, that mixes mid-century modern with contemporary style.
A Tour of Katy Perry's Beverly Hills Home
July 29, 2022
Katy Perry has some quirky touches in her gorgeous Beverly Hills home that features some inspiring use of colour. 
A Tour of Flea’s Malibu Compound
July 29, 2022
We take a tour inside the home of eccentric rocker, Flea. His Malibu property features not one, but three architecturally significant homes; a futuristic spaceship polygon, a mid-century modern gem and a timber tiny house for guests.
Not Like the Caravans You Grew Up With
July 29, 2022
If you thought that the world of interior decoration had bypassed the caravan industry entirely, then think again. There are exciting changes being made, with some new van models having distinctively un-caravan-like elements that will get your heart racing. 
Victorias Countryside Retreats
July 29, 2022
Escaping the hustle and bustle of Melbourne, country Victoria holds architecturally striking retreats that are surrounded by rich landscapes and natural beauty.Follow along and enjoy some of Victoria’s most gorgeous havens.
Inside NBA star JJ Redicks Parisian Inspired Brooklyn Penthouse
July 29, 2022
JJ Redick, currently a shooting guard for the Dallas Mavericks shows off his Parisian inspired home in his Brooklyn Duplex. Redick’s wife Chelsea and two sons Knox and Kai reside in their gut renovated Dumbo penthouse.In 2015 the Redicks initially started apartment hunting in New York City to find a temporary home to live in during the off season. JJ was playing for the Los Angeles Clippers at the time and the couple had just recently welcomed their first child and wanted to be closer to their families on the East Coast.The family put down a deposit on the 1913 factory building which was being converted into a residential complex. The couple were drawn to the grittiness of the warehouse and its backstory. A year later and now with their second child, Chelsea inspected their construction zoned apartment and instantly thought it was too small. She investigated the adjacent penthouse and found that it was much larger and included a 2,600 square foot terrace. She instantly knew that they had to swap.Successful, the couple hired decorator Michael Aiduss who helped turn this initial temporary residence into a long-term home. Chelsea was inspired by European apartments and Parisian details, the opposite of the industrial Brooklyn warehouse they were in.
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