HOUSE & HOMME
{This blog was formerly called Bjorn's Randoms} I'm a Toronto-based interior designer, that's really more than just that. Throughout the weekdays, between 9am to 5pm (EST), I sometimes post things I find online that are usually related to design in some way or the other. But after that, I have the 'randoms' queued up! You see my interest in design, art, illustration, architecture, photography, travel, & fashion, the things that make me laugh, that make me think, the things that excite me, and the things that I love. Soon, it won't be so random after all.
HOUSE & HOMME
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forrestraymond:

Pairing. #torontophoto #toronto #architecture
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enochliew:

I Find Everything by Makoto Yamaguchi Design
The center counter unit is covered with a mirrored surface as a solution to the very narrow interior space.
enochliew:

I Find Everything by Makoto Yamaguchi Design
The center counter unit is covered with a mirrored surface as a solution to the very narrow interior space.
enochliew:

I Find Everything by Makoto Yamaguchi Design
The center counter unit is covered with a mirrored surface as a solution to the very narrow interior space.
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contemporialist:

STAMERS KONTOR is a photography studio established by Laura Stamer specializing in genuine representations of spaces and people.
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vandell:

Jonathan Morgan
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bothsidesguys:

APT, RIO DE JANEIRO
casavogue.globo.com
bothsidesguys:

APT, RIO DE JANEIRO
casavogue.globo.com
bothsidesguys:

APT, RIO DE JANEIRO
casavogue.globo.com
bothsidesguys:

APT, RIO DE JANEIRO
casavogue.globo.com
bothsidesguys:

APT, RIO DE JANEIRO
casavogue.globo.com
bothsidesguys:

APT, RIO DE JANEIRO
casavogue.globo.com
bothsidesguys:

APT, RIO DE JANEIRO
casavogue.globo.com
bothsidesguys:

APT, RIO DE JANEIRO
casavogue.globo.com
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cabbagerose:

BIG maze, washington’s national building museum/bjarke angels, BIG
coming January 2105
via: dezeen
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vintageluxe:

lonny
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absies:

unamusedsloth:

Husky raised by cats, view more images here.

oh my gosh the perfect dog!!
absies:

unamusedsloth:

Husky raised by cats, view more images here.

oh my gosh the perfect dog!!
absies:

unamusedsloth:

Husky raised by cats, view more images here.

oh my gosh the perfect dog!!
absies:

unamusedsloth:

Husky raised by cats, view more images here.

oh my gosh the perfect dog!!
absies:

unamusedsloth:

Husky raised by cats, view more images here.

oh my gosh the perfect dog!!
absies:

unamusedsloth:

Husky raised by cats, view more images here.

oh my gosh the perfect dog!!
absies:

unamusedsloth:

Husky raised by cats, view more images here.

oh my gosh the perfect dog!!
absies:

unamusedsloth:

Husky raised by cats, view more images here.

oh my gosh the perfect dog!!
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{Hadn’t realized this project was by H&H favourite Vincent Van Duysen because it seemed like such a different style than his signature minimalist interiors. But because the whole project was spurred on by the arrival of twins for a young family, that fresher and more whimsical aesthetic is reflected in the interiors of their new home.}
{Hadn’t realized this project was by H&H favourite Vincent Van Duysen because it seemed like such a different style than his signature minimalist interiors. But because the whole project was spurred on by the arrival of twins for a young family, that fresher and more whimsical aesthetic is reflected in the interiors of their new home.}
{Hadn’t realized this project was by H&H favourite Vincent Van Duysen because it seemed like such a different style than his signature minimalist interiors. But because the whole project was spurred on by the arrival of twins for a young family, that fresher and more whimsical aesthetic is reflected in the interiors of their new home.}
{Hadn’t realized this project was by H&H favourite Vincent Van Duysen because it seemed like such a different style than his signature minimalist interiors. But because the whole project was spurred on by the arrival of twins for a young family, that fresher and more whimsical aesthetic is reflected in the interiors of their new home.}
{Hadn’t realized this project was by H&H favourite Vincent Van Duysen because it seemed like such a different style than his signature minimalist interiors. But because the whole project was spurred on by the arrival of twins for a young family, that fresher and more whimsical aesthetic is reflected in the interiors of their new home.}
{Hadn’t realized this project was by H&H favourite Vincent Van Duysen because it seemed like such a different style than his signature minimalist interiors. But because the whole project was spurred on by the arrival of twins for a young family, that fresher and more whimsical aesthetic is reflected in the interiors of their new home.}
{Hadn’t realized this project was by H&H favourite Vincent Van Duysen because it seemed like such a different style than his signature minimalist interiors. But because the whole project was spurred on by the arrival of twins for a young family, that fresher and more whimsical aesthetic is reflected in the interiors of their new home.}
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{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
{I love me a historic church conversion. This one is by London designer Harriet Holgate, who worked with the bespoke furniture craftmen at Rupert Bevan. The kitchen is the definite stand-out, with a brass island flanked with ash wood trolleys. To bridge the gap between the clean-lined intervention and the traditional interior, the designers developed a richly treated palette of materials ranging from distressed ash wood and patinated brass to polished concrete and burnt/ebonized oak. A glass-fronted cabinet with an arch detail that mimics the architecture serves as storage for special display items.}
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{Monday, Monday! Will be having an important job interview later today, so I’m telling this to myself. Sending positive vibes out there.}
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storyofagayboy:

"And then I feel a change, like a fire deep insideSomething bursting me wide open, impossible to hideAnd suddenly I’m flying, flying like a birdLike Electricity, electricitySparks inside of me, and I’m free, I’m free”