Home Decor

Rove Concepts


Clare Williams

It's hard to put a label on London based interior designer Clare Williams' style. Her portfolio shows she can turn her hand to most but still with a contemporary twist. Her extensive travels especially to South Africa have led to a love of ethnic design which is evident in her work. Beautiful open spaces with well curated accessories revealing the owner's loves.


Woolsey Studio

Architect Kristine Woolsey launched Arizona-based Woolsey Studio in 1994, and has since designed hundreds of homes, restaurants, museums, community centers and other building types. They also have interior and landscape designers on staff. Talk about one-stop shopping! Love their spacious modern designs. Check out the second photo - it's a custom front door that swings 180 degrees! And those kitchens! (But what's up with the harness above the bed?? Interesting...)


Amanda Masters

Globe trotting model turned interior designer with hip Hollywood clientele. Sound like a dream life? Hell yes and I want it. Amanda Masters has a bold eclectic style. She had me as a fan with her conversation pit, shag pile carpet, Platner stool combo. Whether it's an übercool Oscar party "club" or a refined but funky home Amanda does it all in high fashion.


Carter & Company

Timeless and elegant, classic and refined. Those are the words that come to mind with Carter & Company's portfolio. Michael carter and his Boston based design team create rooms that are true to their bones and are an expression of the client's lifestyle. By the looks of these photographs it's some lifestyle, all gracious living and Boston blue bloods. Aspirational and elegant.


It's like a drug

Scandinavian design is like a drug to me. I need it and when I don't get my fix I get really crabby. Today it comes from one of my favourite sites, House of Pictures.