Ariana Fischer Interior Design focuses on the unique nature of each client. Ariana’s spaces are described as thoughtfully eclectic – embracing both the modern and the antique, the regional and the cosmopolitan. Her approach combines versatility and a keen understanding of the function and psychology of space. I am a fan of anyone who decorates a toilet with a live beta fish. Cool touch. 🙂
This traditional stone house in Adelaide is full of surprises. The first hint might just be the large, contemporary art pieces in the entry. Perhaps the modern, sculptural furniture in its more traditional rooms. Its sleek kitchen and family room extension leading to the outdoor entertaining and pool are not quite you would expect from its prim and proper stone facade. I’m real estate stalking in North Adelaide, South Australia. As an art lover I would happily move in. Link here while it lasts.
Concrete and glass embracing an amazing ocean view. Feet dug deep into the slope to anchor and provide privacy. Seamless transition from interior to exterior takes entertaining to another level. Luxury finishes of leather and timber soften the stark lines. And, of course, a pool to die for. A contemporary family home by SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects with interiors by Antoni Associates. Skinny dip anyone?
What a fun way to play with colour! Via Guto Requena
I have used the term eclectic many times on this blog, but I think these spaces designed by Brazilian architect Guto Requena are the epitome of eclecticism. Love these. Quirky and cool.