It’s not healthy for me to stalk the properties for sale on The Modern House. Not healthy at all. You see I get jealous very easily. Take for example this House for a Painter by Dingle Price in London. It really should be a House for Jo. Don’t you agree? A former Victorian dairy now a home and studio. It’s just what I never knew I really, really wanted.
In need of a “monochromatic, Scandi, bleached wood, raw linen”-free zone? Want a little colour in your midweek internet wanderings? How about this charming East Hampton Cottage by Anna Burke Interiors? Just a little something to bring a smile to your face. You’re welcome.
I am a big fan of H2 Design + Build (see here: 1, 2, 3, 4) so it’s no surprise I am smitten with the renovation of their own office/headquarters. A dilapidated, 300sq ft box became a place I would totally love working in. The before photos are frightening – check them out at the end of their blog post.
I really don’t think you could feel blue in a lovely spot such as this. Read a book, lean back and chat on your phone, take an afternoon nap… that’s what I’d do. By Katerina Tana Design.
A derelict avocado and citrus ranch an hour north of Los Angeles in the Heritage Valley, a Spanish Mission style house by the architect Chris Choate, a partner in Cliff May’s office, bought lovingly back to life by Sarah Walker Design Associates. I find myself more and more these days drawn to old buildings whose renovation brings their soul back to life without eviscerating to enable modern living.