Entries in interior designer (2062)
A few years ago Jo featured a gorgeous home filled with well worn, vintage treasures by Brooklyn's Nightwood. I loved that post and thought I would feature a few more spaces of theirs that I adore. Unpretentious, lived-in, earthy, handmade loveliness (and do check out their shop - adore the bell jar sconce).
I love the casual, eclectic vibe of this home in Barcelona designed by Cirera+Espinet. And those ceilings! I die for those Spanish arched brick ceilings. (Is it called bóveda?)
I leave you with this and wish you all a wonderful weekend! I'm on the hunt for a new wallpaper installer as mine has quit midway through papering my foyer (grrrrr) and I have some doors upstairs to paint (can't wait to be rid of all this mahogany varnish). Fun stuff.
Last year Ilse Crawford sold her London apartment and we all remembered how much we loved it. (You can still see the listing here.) Now Dinder House, another creation that had us swooning, is for sale through Knight Frank. Nine bedrooms, 7 reception rooms, 5 bathrooms and THAT kitchen diner in a Regency-era property set in over 21 acres in Wells, Somerset, England. Oh my I have loved this house so hard for so long. The real estate listing photographs, below, don't do the interiors justice but they do give us a stalker's peek into other areas of the house and the amazing grounds. This is also the perfect time to share my favourite part of the kitchen. Not the marble and lacquer main kitchen but the scullery next door. Both by Artichoke it's the behind the scenes pantry that I've had in my kitchen inspiration files for many a year. The link to the house listing is here. Price is on application but it does not take a stretch of the imagination to realise almost all of us can't afford it but if you can, and you buy it, can we all come round to visit?