Meet the Concrete Collective

The Concrete Collective is a compilation of our most inspired concrete touched spaces. The utilitarian properties offer serious minimalism to an otherwise contrasting interior. It’ll be hard not to follow us


Concrete Collective Part 01 – Polished concrete floors, wood and black. Need I say more? Photo from Homedit


Concrete Collective Part 02 – So simple is the Hans Wegner Shell Chair in this concrete home in Santorini Photo by Sara Medina Lind on location at Sophia Suites for @myscandinavianhome


Concrete Collective Part 03 – Concrete plays an important role in preserving the old industrial look of this former oriental warehouse in SF. Ultra-cool renovation by Edmonds and Lee Architects, inspired by @Zeutcher


Concrete Collective Part 04 – Concrete elements bring the outdoors in at this Sydney home by Nobbs Radford Architects. Photo from @archdaily

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Concrete Collective Part 05 – The smooth and cool concrete surfaces contrast nicely with the warmth and richness of the wood used throughout this fantastic family home in London by McLaren.Excel. Inspired by @nordic_design


Concrete Collective Part 06 – The raw profile of this Swedish summer home is brighter than you think. Designed by Tham & Videgård Arkiteckter located in the Stockholm Archipelago, inspired by @nordic_design


This post was originally featured on @roveconcepts Instagram August 24-27. Do you follow us on Instagram?


Pretty Pinks and the Pastel Paradise

Enter the Pastel Paradise, a calm place for the gentle heart. This week we relax with pretty pinks, mellow yellows and minted greens that neutralize sharp edges and complement our favorite simple designs. Follow us to our happy place.


Pastel Paradise Part 01 – Forget your sorrows and dream away in peaceful slumber. Photo from @thedesignchaser


Pastel Paradise Part 02 – Playful dining with this pop of pastel color. Inspired by @fantasticfrank


Pastel Paradise Part 03 – Mid-century style meets super subtle hues in this home inspired by @sarah_cocolapine


Pastel Paradise Part 04 – Get inspired by this makeshift room divider and blue-green hues by @vtwonen


Pastel Paradise Part 05 – Try on a geometric wallpaper with multiple shades of pretty pastel. Inspired by Weekday Carnival


Pastel Paradise Part 06 – Pretty in pink. Photo by @frederikkeheiberg inspired by @nordic_design


This post was originally featured on @roveconcepts Instagram August 17-21. Do you follow us on Instagram?


The darkness of going Back to Black

This week we go Back to Black featuring stark black homes and black décor. Black is known for its simplistic contrasting allure. Follow us into the darkness.


Back to Black Part 01 – Black stained larch boards bring old Victorian houses back to life in the Dove House project in London by Gundry & Ducker Architecture. Inspired by @gardenista_sourcebook


Back to Black Part 02 – Every detail seen in black. Decorate your home with simple black beauties like the Masters Chair by Philippe Starck. Photo from @suvim_valkoinenharmaja


Back to Black Part 03 – Bathe beside this muddy-toned timber house on raised stilts by Hammerschmid Pachl Seebacher Architeckten. Inspired by @dezeen


Back to Black Part 04 –Japanese architect Yoshio Ohno built this castle in the sky upon a sloping concrete retaining wall in Hiroshima. Inspired by @dezeen


Back to Black Part 05 – Stained black floors look amazing with white and wood in this Melbourne home by @whiting-architects. See the incredible exterior for black and brick. Inspired by @nordic_design


Back to Black Part 06 – Peak into the abyss of this three volume black-painted timber holiday home by Studio Aula. Inspired by @dezeen


This post was originally featured on @roveconcepts Instagram August 10-14. Do you follow us on Instagram?