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In The Home Link Love

In the home: interiors and homewares inspiration

Today’s link love is all about transformation: from churches to homes, wires to words, walls to kitchens, apartments to vertigo and bubble men to pot plants.

Images from left to right:

  • An amazing restoration of an empty church into a family home in Chicago by architects Linc Thelan. Stained glass windows never looked so good. When you see the photos, you’ll wish you lived in a church. Found at Fubiz.
  • If you’re not scared of heights, then this apartment could well be for you. Believe it or not, it’s at the top of a ski jump in Norway. A really, really long ski jump! See more at The Sunday Chapter.
  • ‘Plus que parfait’: Looking for some unique artwork? How about this very clever wire shadow art-cum-sculpture by Fred Eerdekens? More than perfect, I say. Discover more at Fubiz.
  • If you like to keep your kitchen hidden away, then this simple but stunning design is the one to go for. Looking like a beautiful copper wall, at the click of a switch it opens up to reveal a kitchen. Sounds to me like a good excuse to forget to cook! Read more and see the kitchen reveal in motion at Contemporist. It is designed by German manufacturer Warendorf.
  • This is the cutest take on the current trend for terrariums that I’ve seen. Designed by Matteo Cibic, ‘Domsai’ is a desk-friend terrarium made in Italy. First seen at One Piece at the Time Tumblr.


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