I thought I was DONE with anything white, as I have just about had it with the snow we've gotten already this winter. But I can handle a bit more white, such as the following photos from the architecture firm RB Arkitektur based in Stockholm, where white was born.
It's a masculine look complete with fine antiques, a dark palette and simple yet luxurious lines. Sydney based interior designer Thomas Hamel creates rooms that have a gentleman's club feel, a patrician look that speaks of taste and style not glitz and glam. (He worked in his early career for Parish-Hadley.) It's leather and linen, parchment and the warm patina of old furniture, dark and brooding at times and at others light filled.
Genevieve Wiseman is a prop stylist from Toronto who has worked for some of my favourite Canadian magazines like House & Home and Style at Home, and has worked with several photographers we've featured. She was kind enough to send over some more photos than she currently has on her website. So pretty, and so beautifully styled. Lovely Genevieve!
It's contemporary. It's exacting in it's detail and holistic in it's approach. It's about bespoke joinery, custom furniture, architecture and interior and garden design. It's about large scale projects and small intimate jobs. It's London and it's now. It's Clifton Interiors.
(These images are by architectural photographer Graham Gaunt. While you're there don't miss his person work. Hauntingly beautiful unpopulated spaces are a great contrast to his shots of high end design.)