Kim’s in Mexico, lying in the sun, escaping the last of Canada’s brutal winter. It’s her annual “me” time but in her haste to fly south she forgot to plan a Sunday post. So here is the aptly called “A little time for me” post. Ayla Beauty designed by Redmond Aldrich Design.
I couldn’t think of anything worse than having to drag myself into work on a weekend. But if it was somewhere stylish then … well … it wouldn’t be so bad. New York City office interiors by Billy Cotton.
It just goes to show the almost magical power of painting a small space all white. Walls and floors and ceiling, furniture white, warm it up with timber accents and if you’re lucky increase your small apartment with expansive views. I’m stalking an apartment for sale in Potts Point, inner Sydney. Wouldn’t this be a fabulous base to explore the city? Link here while it lasts.
Don’t get me wrong. I love the interiors in this Battersea house, a collaboration between Todhunter Earle Interiors and BLDA Architects. Beach meets country in the middle of London forms the basis of this elegant and light filled contemporary home. But it’s the tousled, blowsy, artfully overgrown garden by Osada Design that has stolen my heart.
Where unexpected colour combinations and lots of fun wallpapers join forces to create a really fun family home in Hampstead, London. Designed by Jo Berryman.
Biba inspired paisley, smoked glass, shearlings, and jewel-tones velvets
A joyful and durable den by day, 70s lounge lover vibe at night
A layer cake bed dressed in blush and pink. Held together with dove tones and dark woods.