Rove Concepts
Wednesday
Dec052012

Heart Home latest

The new winter issue of one of my favourite online magazines, Heart Home (from the UK) is coming out tomorrow and I was lucky to get a sneak peek! It's fantastic as always, so I thought I'd share a litttle bit of it with you before it goes live. 

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Wednesday
Dec052012

Design Nehez

Val Nehez and JJ Fox make up the Philadelphia/NewYork interior design firm Design Nehez. I freaked when I came across their portfolio. One word - WOW! Their spaces are creative, bold, fun and perfectly accessorized. They have a couple projects in particular that caught my eye - a mid-century makeover (with a to-die-for kitchen) featured after the jump and the bright, modern home in the first several photos. AWESOME LIVES HERE! (Check out the bread tab art installation below!)

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Wednesday
Dec052012

Robert Stilin

Classically modern interiors that combine vintage furniture, amazing art, custom upholstery and clean lined architectural details. Welcome to the work of East Hampton based interior designer Robert Stilin. No "Hamptons" formulaic spaces here though. Modern with a sophisticated vintage riff, multilayered and textured, casually elegant, warm and masculine.

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Wednesday
Dec052012

Precious McBane

Playful, sensual and just a little provocative. Think nice but naughty. London based interior design practice Precious McBane (don't you love the name, not the founder or a partner but a children's character). A mix of the dandy and the daily, the unique and the utilitarian with an emphasis on bespoke furniture, textile design and collaborations with artists.

Tuesday
Dec042012

Jordan Carlyle's pad

I have been a huge fan of NY interior designer Jordan Carlyle's work since he emailed us over the summer (and I blogged him here and here). Now Jordan is sharing his own pad with us! It's an apartment located just off Wall Street in the Financial District in the William Beaver building originally developed by Andre Balaz. It's not quite as dramatic as some of his other work but it's his signature sophisticated style on a calmer, more neutral note (which some people prefer to come home to rather than a party pad - all depends on your lifestyle). I love it - especially all his beautiful accessories.

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