Interior designer Dirk Jan Kinet does notfill his spaces with Ikea, does not karate chop his pillows, does not douse everything in white nor does he place a fiddle leaf fig in every bright corner. What he does do is the unexpected. In every corner. Literally - check out the dining room photo. This Madrid home is trend-less and I love it for its randomness. Via Nuevo Estilo.
It's like I say time and again. If you have to drag your sorry self into work on a Saturday then it certainly helps if it's somewhere stylish. Like this wonderful space by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design.
"The Journee/COLAB space is located in a typical lower Manhattan office building. The program for the space was unusual as the client created a new business model requiring offices, library, classroom, kitchen, casual meeting spaces and a conference room."
This Bridgehampton, NY farmhouse is the perfect summer getaway. Designed by Common Bond Design, you won't find any karate chopped pillows here! It is a wonderfully eclectic mix of Scandinavian, nautical and classical styles. That dining room tho' - the crystal chandelier/farmhouse table/gilded Louis XVI chair combo is something I have lusted over forever.