Entries in stripes (7)

Wednesday
Oct112017

A classy San Francisco home

Ken Fulk - keeping San Francisco classy with his event planning and designer prowess. Why not stick your fiddle leaf fig on top of a cabinet? I adore the portrait gallery wall in the sitting room. If your stairs needs sprucing up, faux zebra is where it's at! And of course I have to bring up the extra large black and white stripes as a simple and effective dose of drama. 

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Thursday
Oct052017

Rustic elegance by Jaimee Rose

A dose of southern charm in this somewhat rustic but very much sophisticated and elegant home designed by Arizona-based interior designer Jaimee Rose. I am dying over those striped painted floors above. If you have a pantry, do something bold such as wallpaper like Jaimee did here. Have fun where you'd least expect it. Now back to those floors...this could be interesting in my guest bedroom...

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Wednesday
Dec142016

An earthy colonial by Maurizio Pellizzoni

This home (dubbed the Antigua House) in Chelsea, London is all about neutrals, graphic art (a favourite it seems) and stripes - a winning combination. Antigua House is so-called because Maurizio Pellizzoni was asked to create interiors which echo its owner’s second home in the Caribbean. Evoking colonial charm, Maurizio opted for polished wood floors, natural linens, coir matting and a cream, taupe and chocolate colour palette.

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Friday
Jul082016

Design Lab

Hello colour. Hello stripes. Hello vintage and hello new. San Francisco interior designer Alison Damonte calls it a "design lab" but she also calls it home. Design lab? No it's design fab.

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Thursday
Mar242016

A couple more projects by Noz Design

This chic kitchen needs to go in all of your inspiration folders. A lesson on how to turn a boring, outdated kitchen into extraordinary. The living/dining rooms in the second project are fun, stylish spaces with bold pattern and colour accents. Ping pong or dinner? You decide. Via Noz Design.

Photos by Colin Price Photography