From its traditional facade all the way up those stairs to the colourful attic room this house is the perfect balancing act. Farmhouse yet modern living, the crisp bite of white and the deep moody greys, parent and kid friendly. Casually elegant, not at all stuffy. It’s fresh and fun and perfect for a young family. Modern farmhouse in Connecticut by New York based interior designers Chango & Co.
Photography by Raquel Langworthy
Where you expect a chandelier to be hanging in every single room. Traditional, classical, ornate, fancy schmancy, by British designer Robert Kime. (I need to find a huge sparkly chandelier for my dressing room – I am especially desperate for one now with this post).
Florida interior designer Andrew Howard can convert anyone into a bold colours and pattern-mixing lover with his charming and whimsical projects. This project is captivating with it’s main scheme of blue and that kitchen is a dream (my favourite tile!). So fun!
It’s bright and sassy, stylish and playful, family-friendly and pattern packed. It’s fun, it’s fresh and so very, very liveable. This once tired and dowdy 1930s house got its fabulous makeover from Nashville-based Pencil & Paper Development Co.
Some fabulous modern, lofty vibes by New York City based Joan Dineen of Dineen Architecture + Design. Making me want to go steal some pink flowering branches from a neighbour’s tree. 😉