I found several little gems among other projects by the talented Virginie and Nathalie Droulers so here are some extras for your viewing pleasure. (I’m completely smitten with the bedroom below)
The drama of a black and white colour scheme always wins points with me. This 200 sq m Milan home has an art deco vibe and only subtle touches of colour like a couple of leopard print benches and velvet pillows. So classic. By Droulers Architecture.
Pink and blue and brass … not what you would expect in a kitchen but this is not your average kitchen. No. It’s another Naked Kitchen. Modern and chic with that clean lined, no handle look. Think fun and flirty and fresh.
Why live in a plain white box when you can have colour and pattern and fun? This post war NY apartment by Wesley Moon is sophisticated yet family (and dog) friendly. I love the palest whiff of sea foam green with that barely there pink in the dining room, over-topped by a theatre of the wall mounted light as well as the subtle mid century references. And what about that palm jungle of a bedroom? Me obsessed with all those white boxes of late? No. Never 😉