Entries in blue (147)


A 19th century restored home in London

Mornington Terrace is a 19th century, 5 bedroom period home in London that has been sympathetically restored by Undercover Architecture. The house hosts many experimental pieces of joinery, fixtures, lighting, sanitaryware, glazing and furniture. These were exclusively designed and built by Undercover Architecture and partnering artisans, sculptors, and makers. A stunning mix of original architectural details with modern furnishings and painted details. I love how shades of blue were used throughout the house for continuity. Currently for sale via The Modern House. (Interior design by Estelle Chandresinghe). 

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Kew Penthouse by 2LG Studio

Their clients were open to their bold and colourful choices so 2LG Studio (that's 2 Lovely Gays) started with a dramatic entry then burst out into a bright open plan living dining and kitchen area. There are Art Deco riffs to this renovation of a 90s bland and boring penthouse but the final design is edgy and fashion forward.

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... at El Fenn in Room 21. Found in the portfolio of Willem Smit, he of the lovely garden I featured last week ... or perhaps Room 20 ...

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Dude-friendly design by Anthony George

I am not exactly sure what is that dude-friendly about these spaces but that is what designer Anthony George is calling it, so ok then. Whatever you want to call it, I'm really loving this colour scheme. Rich colours that work well in summer and winter. (photos: Brittany Ambridge)


Traditional in blue and white

To easy you into the weekend how about some traditional vibes with beautiful textiles in blue and white stripes and florals by Los Angeles interior designer Mark D. Sikes