This colonial home in Locust Valley, New York was designed by BNR Interiors and is a wonderful example of how soothing and welcoming a home with a neutral colour palette can be. Very easy on the eye and a simple switch out in rugs and pillows can make for an inexpensive new look with the changing seasons, or when you’re just in the mood for something new. (Photos: Sean Litchfield for Homepolish)
My second stalking
victim I mean house is another little Victorian terrace this time in the Sydney suburb of Bondi Junction. Here extra space has been added through a modern two storey extension to the rear. Extra light floods in through bi-fold doors and clerestory windows and like our other house there is a striking modern staircase. Link here while it lasts.
It’s all classic Sydney terrace house on the outside and contemporary home on the inside. Clean sleek lines, limited colour palette and a repeating circle motif are the take home points from this narrow little house I’m stalking in the suburb of Paddington. Link here while it lasts.
Sick of white kitchens? How about doing something a little different and going with a pale mint green? This Utah Craftsman home got an updated, super bright renovated kitchen that is really pretty in this beautiful shade. Another gem of a project by cityhomeCOLLECTIVE.
When I spotted this apartment designed by cityhomeCOLLECTIVE I wanted to jump up on my desk and shout YES YES YESSSSS!!! The vibe here is edgy, a bit gothic and a style I am completely in love with. If this would take the place of the completely overdone bohemian style that everyone is doing these days I would be sooooo happy.