Talk about a crazy mixed up space. This fabulous 4 floor Victorian era house has a distinct style on each level. Funky futurist 60s, white, light and cavernous climbs to elegant French grandeur with panelling and high high ceilings on the first floor. The second floor is pretty and feminine while the third is a cool 70s den of design. The perfect house for when you can't quite make up your mind what style you're feeling today. Oh and I'm head over heels for that curly cane headboard(?) as a stair rail.
I love the portfolio of talented stylist Nan Whitney. Light bright and with a relaxed classic look. It's girly at times, a little shabby chic and but always great spaces styled for living. She's a busy girl by the looks of her tear sheets. Don't miss her stills portfolio. Just as gorgeous.
Ferguson & Katzman Photography is a St. Louis-based studio comprised of Scott Ferguson, Mark Katzman and Jay Baker. Beautiful work. I love how in each photo it looks like they waited until the natural light was at it's peak, making them so ethereal.
Rees Roberts + Partners, of Manhattan, was created in the spring of 2007 by Lucien Rees Roberts. Interiors and landscapes are their specialties, but I MUST focus on their design work because it is absolutely fabulous and there were so many gorgeous photos on their website to choose from. This firm's projects are incredibly diverse, from a 17,000 sq. ft townhouse in the West Village to a vacation home in Cape Town to a sixteenth century farmhouse on an island off the coast of Croatia. Clean, modern and warm. So lovely.
You may know her as the woman behind one of the coolest online stores Papa Stour but Rosie Brown is a super talented stylist and art director in her other life. With a background in textile design Rosie moved on to interior and lifestyle projects. Her amazing work has featured in the Sunday Times Style magazine, Homes & Gardens, Elle Deco and Living Etc. Love her style, just love. Check out her portfolio. It's a must see.