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Earthy neutrals

Tactile fabrics merge with earthy neutrals. Ancient blends with modern. Rough co-exists with luxurious. Where every piece is completely unique. A Chicago row house designed by Michael Del Piero

(We love Michael to bits. See here, here and here)


Spaces by Daniela Tosca York

Before we head into the Easter long weekend (we'll still be blogging each day just a bit less than usual) here is a glimpse into the minimalist yet dramatic world of British designer Daniela Tosca York. Pretty and glam with some pink, marble and large scale art. XOXO. 

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A Tribeca loft where artwork is the star

This Tribeca loft designed by Elizabeth Bolognino must be home to an art collector. And a lover of cats. :) Both of which make this space really appealing to me. And I am completely head over heels in love with the butterfly art installation in the dining room. SO PRETTY!!! (More of Elizabeth's work here and here)

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A Chelsea apartment designed as a gentleman's club

Everything British designer Hubert Zandberg touches turns to gold. I absolutely adore every interior design project this man has taken on. This one is no exception. This two-bedroom Chelsea apartment was renovated and designed to offer his out-of-town client a playful take on his own private gentleman's club for short stays and meetings. Drama as soon as you enter with bold wallpaper (used throughout) and large scale furnishings, then the masculine vibe and dark colours stand out throughout the rest of the apartment. It is really stunning. 

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A London townhouse awash in colour and pattern 

A combination of some really gorgeous wallpapers, some beautiful jewel toned accent colours, a breathtaking art collection and some graphic patterned textiles make this London townhouse incredibly dynamic and playful. A total jem by the master (as it runs in the family) Ashley Hicks

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