Now This is How You Transform a Barn Into a Stunning Home for Two

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HOUSE | by: MILA PANTOVICH

We love seeing amazing before and after projects, and this barn house transformation by TMS Architects blew us away. We don't have too many before shots, but from what we can see, the barn started out as a pretty average space used to store a vintage car. What TMS, along with the homeowners, turned it into is a gorgeous barn house that merges the rustic charm of a cabin in the woods with the modern conveniences of today. 

COMMENTS 1 | 2014

Inside Apple's Big Day: iPhone 6 & 6 Plus Revealed

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TECH | by: MILA PANTOVICH

Today is the day all techies have been looking forward to, the day Apple makes their yearly announcements regarding their new plans—most importantly, the iPhone 6. With tons of media gathered in the Cupertino Flint Center, as well as countless people huddled in front of their Apple device streaming the conference (which doesn't actually work), we were more than ready for Tim Cook to finally stroll out on stage to chat about the company's history. So, what was unveiled? Read and find out as we continually update with more news!

COMMENTS 2 | 2014

Charting the Progression of the iPhone: From 2007 to Now

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TECH | by: MILA PANTOVICH

With Apple making their annual round of announcements tomorrow—otherwise known as "The Day of the iPhone 6"—you may be wondering just how different their new offerings will be. When tracking the company's progress from iPhone to iPhone, just how many of their new phones offered truly new features and how many just embellished on software that was already there?

COMMENTS 0 | 2014

Is Bigger Better? New $5K TiVo Mega Can Store 26,000 Hours of TV

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TECH | by: MILA PANTOVICH

Sometimes it seems like there's nothing of quality to watch on television, but that's not really the case anymore. From Game of Thrones and Outlander to The Fall and True Detective, there are a lot of programs you don't want to miss—and that's not even considering your guilty pleasures, like Keeping

COMMENTS 0 | 2014

Domaine de Rochevilaine Offers Gourmet Dishes in Picturesque Coastal France

Le Domaine de Rochevilaine, france restaurant
LUXEEPICURE | by: SEAN HILLEN

Not to mix spirituality with gourmet cuisine, but Domaine de Rochevilaine in Brittany, France granted us the only opportunity we’ve ever had to share a "sole" with someone. And what an uplifting experience it was too. Deboned, drizzled with a savory butter sauce and served tableside, the fish was without doubt one of the largest sole we have ever seen.

COMMENTS 0 | 2014

Attention-Grabbing Bishop Concept Motorcycle is Minimal & Dramatic

Bandit9 Bishop Concept Motorcycle
LUXURY CARS | by: MILA PANTOVICH

If you want a motorcycle that will really draw some staring, get the new upcoming Bishop concept bike from Beijing-based Bandit9. This unique design is based on a 125cc Honda SuperSport and features a metallic unibody that's made from one single chunk of high-grade aluminum, giving it an incredibly minimal and dramatic appearance, while a quartz glass brake light, walnut/oak/teak burl panels, and a charcoal grey suede seat complete the overall look. 

COMMENTS 2 | 2014

New Futuristic $7.4M Avanti EVO Turboprop Soars at 463mph

Piaggio Aero Industries, Avanti EVO
AIRCRAFT | by: JUSTLUXE TEAM

Piaggio Aero Industries' new Avanti EVO builds on the company's Avanti II twin turboprop and brings a bunch of new improvements that not only makes it a comfier fit for passengers, but also makes it better for the environment. Not to mention, the luxury aircraft looks pretty darn cool too.

COMMENTS 0 | 2014

The Hennessey Venom F5 Is The Tornado of Supercars

Hennessey Venom F5
LUXURY CARS | by: JUSTLUXE TEAM

In case you missed it, the Hennessey Venom F5 is on its way and judging by the auto brand's anticipated top speed exceeding 290mph, it'll be here before you know it. As the Venom GT's successor, the F5 was named after the highest tornado rank on the Fujita scale (an F5 means winds up to 318mph) and features a "bold, lower-drag shape, additional power and enhanced technology."

COMMENTS 1 | 2014

Samsung Reveals World’s First TV-Matching Curved Soundbar for the Curved OLED TV

samsung TV-Matching Curved Soundbar
TECH | by: JUSTLUXE TEAM

If you're going to buy a Curved OLED TV, you won't want to use a traditional boxy soundbar—the aesthetics would be way off. Thankfully, Samsung recently announced the "world’s first TV-Matching Curved Soundbar" that is designed to fit in perfectly with their curved televisions. The soundbar, which was revealed at IFA 2014 in Berlin, can be easily installed right beneath a wall-mounted TV without the need of any additional drilling into the wall, giving the look of a sleek minimal shelf.

COMMENTS 0 | 2014

Roche Bobois Celebrates 40 Years in USA With Culturally Diverse Traveler Chair

Roche Bobois Traveler Chair
HOUSE | by: MILA PANTOVICH

To celebrate 40 years in the United States, the French company Roche Bobois brought in American designer Stephen Burks to design the Traveler Chair ($11,800). The idea is actually split into two different exclusive designs, an American chair and a European one, and are meant to highlight the differences and similarities of the two cultures. 

COMMENTS 0 | 2014

You Need to See These 12 Flicks Screening at Toronto Film Festival

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ARTS & CULTURE | by: MILA PANTOVICH

For those of us who are obsessed with movies, fall means a slew of new films to drool over and is typically seen as the start of Oscar season. The Toronto Film Festival (September 4-14) is typically a pretty good indication of how the Academy Awards will play out, letting everyone know ahead of time which flicks are the best and which are big disappointments. 

COMMENTS 2 | 2014

Hamilton Leithauser Talks Post-Walkmen Black Hours, His Writing Process, the Coen Brothers & Drunk Cross-Eyed Germans

Hamilton Leithauser, interview, walkmen, black hours
ARTS & CULTURE | by: MILA PANTOVICH

High school marked my musical awakening, a time when I started to really construct my own identity outside of my mom's water-damaged Cat Stevens records, my dad's old Johnny Cash, and the popular boy bands of the early 1990s (I'll never live that down). It was then I discovered my affinity for Nick Cave's poetic brutality, Morrissey's dramatic flair, Billy Bragg's political fortitude, and of course, The Walkmen's confident frontman Hamilton Leithauser who made every note seem essential.

COMMENTS 1 | 2014
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