I’m stalking in the oh so exclusive Sydney suburb of Woollahra, the “consular precinct” no less. The elaborate facade of this 1880 Italianate building is matched by the elegant interiors by Thomas Hamel & Associates and it’s no surprise that it has graced the pages of Vogue Living. Oh so chic, oh sophisticated and probably oh so expensive. Perhaps the GDP of a small developing nation? If you have the cash to splash the link is here while it lasts.
Everyone needs a little glamour in their homes. In this case it’s some crystal, marble and mirror in a kitchen and marble, crystal and gold in a stairwell. Thoughtful luxury as London-based designer Oliver Burns calls it.
This colourful apartment in Paris by GCG Architectes is hitting all the right notes with me. This is how you do bold colour without it being over the top. This firm continues to capture my attention with their delightful, unique approach to design. Photos: Robin Petillault
Relaxed elegance. Textural and artisanal, sophisticated and modern. Beautiful bespoke details with organic finishes. A fresh take on the Hamptons look. It’s coastal in a class of its own. Hedges Lane, Sagaponack by interior designer Tamara Magel.
*SIGH* Now this is a dressing room! The closet in the last post was pretty sweet but this is an entire room dedicated to someone’s wardrobe! Built-ins from top to bottom to store everything in a special place. My dream. I am fortunate enough to have a bedroom all to my own set up as a dressing room but it’s simply filled with miss-matched pieces of furniture/crates/racks. I want THIS!!! Once again by Marks & Frantz.