The Stoneleigh Residences by Dallas-based interior designer Brant McFarlain of R Brant Design are absolutely breathtaking. High on style and class with lots of yummy textures and beautiful colours. And then there’s the spaciousness. A dreamy combination.
More on Brant’s work here
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Biggie, who is 16, inspecting the guest bed platform area.
Some from me. Ordered as a sort of before and after of my living room. A reveal will be coming soon I just need to sort out the artwork. So here is a Phoebe in the living room before I went at the walls with some lighter grey, and Phoebe and Felix in the space after 2 days of painting.
This North London apartment is in desperate need of a little colour. HA! Occupying the first and second floors of a Victorian terrace, it is over-the-top with colour and patterns (someone likes confetti) and is a feast for the senses. Could you live in a home with this much going on? Available as a location home via Shoot Factory.
It’s a play of colours, of shapes, of periods and styles. It’s a play on the senses, an appeal to desires and memories. It’s classic and it’s edgy. It’s theatre set and it’s home. It’s eclectic but not haphazard. No if you look closely it is refined and just so. It’s Château en Île de France by Didier Benderli of Paris-based Kerylos Intérieurs.
Just when I think I have returned to the light the dark side draws me back and I’m feeling the blues real bad. The good blues that is. Take a look at this stunning kitchen! Rick blue cabinets and tiles, a vintage vibe, brass, brass and more brass and don’t get me started on those windows. I want to pick the whole thing up and plonk it down in my own home. W + S Kitchen by Los Angeles based Taylor + Taylor.