It’s a quintessential English country house but with a modern twist. The renovation of this 18th century home in Oxfordshire by Louise Holt Interior Design has resulted in a light-filled family home with all the mod cons while retaining period features such as the beams and inglenook fireplace. The best of both worlds.
A classic family home with an edge. That’s how Katie Hackworth describes her reworking of this house in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. From it’s stylish formal living areas to the classic kitchen with funky dining area to the side, from the serene master bedroom to the fun kids’ rooms the home is timeless, authentic and fab.
Photography by Belathée Photography
Stylish black and white living in California with a hint of the 70s but definitely of the current design moment. Artisanal and organic, zen like and beautiful in its simplicity. Carmel Valley Residence by integrated design studio Salt + Bones.
Photography by Laure Joliet
L.A. based interiors firm Alexander Design create spaces that are personal, luxurious and livable. Their work is a mix of contemporary, custom and vintage pieces, richly layered and carefully curated. It’s all about relaxed family living that is stylish yet functional, chic yet authentic, effortlessly elegant. The designer’s own home is the perfect example. Neutral, natural and fabulous.
“The idea of home is a primal and a personal construct. Our mission is to create homes that support us practically, engage us sensorially and nourish us emotionally. Each home is a rational, passionate project—a labour of love.”
A couple of days ago Kim feature the time capsule Dennis Severs’ house. Today I’m once again in Spitalfields, once again in a weaver’s house but this time it’s a contemporary yet sympathetic renovation of a Huguenot Townhouse by Chan + Eayrs.