I’m just down the road from my last stalking victim property in the suburb of Annandale. A three level, modern family home hiding behind a narrow inner-city Sydney terrace house facade with central glass atrium, lush vertical garden and plunge pool. Link here while it lasts.
I wanted to share one more small project by the talented ladies of Studio Revolution. This one may have been a bit of a challenge with one homeowner loving anything french and the other loving their backyard. In the end they brought together lots of greenery against a neutral palette of jute, hides, leather, linens and cashmere with a definite French feel (with a bit of help from Restoration Hardware – I have always had a thing for their Soho Tufted collection).
It has been a little while since I featured San Francisco interior design firm Studio Revolution so I thought I would share a bit more of Jemy and Emily’s work. Since I am never really going to be over the reclaimed wood trend, I am a big fan of this project. Potrero Hill Bohème has some really beautiful reclaimed wood wall features (YES to chevron pattern!…maybe they’re walllpaper?), and the subtle southwestern theme works really well here. (P.S. I you would like to contribute to an upcoming pets on furniture feature, please send photos to kim[at]desiretoinspire[dot]net)
A little bit of rustic French kitchen sophistication by Laurent Passe. Rustic sophistication? Mais oui!