Rooms with a View: Cape town Edition…one of the best views & interior design/architecture yet

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I love Desire to Inspire’s blog because they always hip me to architects, designers and photographers I wouldn’t otherwise know about. When I came across this Cape Town home, I was in awe. Completely stunned at the views and the interior of the space. Indulge…

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For the most part the home is pretty streamlined with the structural details and furniture choices. The wooden “blinds” that sit on the edge of the loft and vertical posts draws your eyes upward to fully take in the height of the ceiling…

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You do have some curved elements in the table choices, lampshades, accessories & bowls which help soften the space some…

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The textures through out also keeps the home cozy. I love the massive size of the white rug which gives that floating-on-a-cloud feel that I blogged about here

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The open floor plan is incredibly stunning and has more than enough conversation areas to take in that view. All of the accessories and details are perfectly edited and displayed. Despite the enormity of the space, it has a livable aesthetic. Sometimes bigger isn’t always better and I find some homes with huge square footages and high ceilings leave a lot to be desired. Sometimes it feels cold or like one lives in a musuem. This doesn’t have that feel at all. I could easily….EASILY call this home, you hear me? Easy. :-) This is by far the prettiest most breathtaking room with a view I’ve ever blogged about…

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I’ve seen these sphere shaped light fixtures in another South African penthouse. They look like mini moons floating above. Side note: The photographer captured a beautiful shot…

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Now the rest of these aren’t all in Cape Town but they all have beautiful views…

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{Images via Alila Hotels, WOHA designs, Desire to Inspire, Jason Madara, & the capetown home by SAOTA -Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects and interior design by OKHA interiors.

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