Julia Buckingham and her team at Buckingham Interiors + Design are essentially creating magic. These first 7 photos are a prime example. You have a high-rise apartment with nothing architecturally interesting except sweet views and floor to ceiling windows and this firm has turned it into a dynamic and modern space. I added a bunch more photos too because I am really drawn to her unique, creative and bold style.
Staging a home for sale is quite a task. De-personalizing and appealing to the broadest range of potential buyers is what it’s all about. These photos of a beautiful, million dollar home in Washington, D.C. were sent over by the Trevor Moore team and is a great example of the importance of staging and getting some really good photographs for a listing.
London-based Kinnersley Kent Design have taken a tired and disjointed 1930’s house and created an understated yet luxurious home. Fresh and modern with its minimalist, no fuss lines the rooms now feel united and have a zen like calm to them. Light floods in through open plan spaces while the simple period details have been celebrated, albeit quietly.
Long time readers will know I have a thing for English country kitchens or at the very least modern interpretations of them. Today I’m lusting after something different. Part Scandinavian, part retro, a little bit quirky with loads of personality and the warmth of wood and brass. On top of it all it’s beautifully handcrafted with attention to all the little details I never thought I’d care about. My new favourite kitchen is by Copenhagen-based KBH Københavns Møbelsnedkeri.
A big thanks to Karina, of little town life, for sending along these wonderful photos she took of an apartment in Vienna. This is such a bright, inviting family home. And despite the decor being fairly simple it has some fun statement lighting and vintage pieces that add a bit of funk and takes it to the next level.