Entries in pink (63)

Thursday
Jun222017

The Chequit

Is it just me or is this week d-r-a-g-g-i-n-g along? I just can't take anymore. Time for a virtual getaway and since summer has just begun in the northern hemisphere how about we run away to the Hamptons? To Shelter Island to be precise. I've booked us into the quaint but cool boutique inn The Chequit. Trad with a twist and a soothing pink, yellow and grey palette ... inside that is. The exterior screams summer in simple white and green, its porches filled with wicker furniture and pops of bright colour.

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Thursday
May182017

Sinuous and sexy

With a spiral staircase wraps its way upwards like a snake coiling languidly this NYC apartment is seriously sexy. Let's add a third "S" - subtle. The luxury level is high and there are certainly touches of bling but it's pared back, restrained. I love this look. I'm not quite sure what to call it though. It's a definite reference to the 80s in its materials and shapes with a watered down colour palette of that decade's greys and pinks. Like the 80s with a really good IG filter. Then there are hints of Art Deco and mid century. Definitely my new design style crush by Michelle Gerson Interiors.

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Friday
Apr282017

Stalking Barbie's Melbourne house

OK so the house actually was renovated by fashion designer Alannah Hill but Barbie could move right in. Perfect pink, flowery, frou-frou fabulousness ... and did I mention pink?  Link here while it lasts.

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Thursday
Apr132017

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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Tuesday
Mar282017

The bold Miami home of an art collector 

What can I say about this Miami house other than OMG this is NUTS and the homeowner's love of art is quite...unusual. This is about as colourful and wacky as it gets. Designed by Frank de Biasi

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