Livin’ large and minimalist in London. This location home available via Shoot Factory is a total stunner and has so much potential to be absolutely fabulous (sorry homeowners but you missed the mark on some spaces, like the living room. Replace those awful sofas please!).
As I always say if you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. As I am an employee of the 80s I’m totally into this modern interpretation of the period. Gnomo by Masquespacio.
Photography by Luis Beltran
Musso Design Group is a belief that life must be filled with beauty and excitement. And reflection and anticipation and wonderment. All aspects of life. The places that surround us, the clothing that covers us, the works that enlighten us, the music that transforms us, the food that sustains us. A source of wonderment. A source of beauty. A source of warmth. A source of inspiration. A view of life. A way of life. Our purpose is simple. Help those we touch to live a life inspired. WHOA that is deep. And I get it. These spaces have such personality and warmth and dependent on the client, elements of whimsy. Such great energy.
I love this limited palette of whites and creams married with the deep warmth of the stained wooden walls. (Great inspiration for those faced with a renovation of retro examples.) I love the luxury of a thick beni ourain rug against the raw concrete. I love the stone of the kitchen, the handthrown pottery and how the tile runs across the bathroom ceiling. I love the mid century classic pieces and the rough hewn wood. I love it all but then again I have professed my love for everything by L.A. and Pittsburgh-based interior designer Leanne Ford before.
Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson together as Drake/Anderson designing interiors that are glamorous yet grounded, sophisticated yet livable, modern yet timeless and, above all, luxurious. This Greenwich Village apartment is all of that and is totally magazine worthy.