In case dark doesn’t do it for you (what is wrong with you??? 😉 ) here are some light spaces by Sean Anderson to remind you how well he does it.
Memphis interior designer Sean Anderson (from this past feature, and this one) has serious skills when it comes to creating white, neutral, naturally textured spaces, but it seems he can also nail dark spaces like nobody’s business. The secret ingredient in his case is keeping the floors bright and white. The sunlight bounces off of them and adds dimension, while evading the cave-like nature of having really dark walls. GORG!!!
White walls are the canvas on which Barcelona-based designers Cobalto Studio layer texture and colour to create a stunning interpretation of Mediterranean living. Think rustic yet sophisticated, bold yet calming, washed with light and cultural references.
Photography by Pablo Zamora
I’m real estate
strolling scrolling in the inner Melbourne suburb of Richmond and what did I find? Why a contemporary four storey townhouse, slick and white with stylish furnishings and a fabulous art collection. Aging KISS portrais anyone? Link here while it lasts.
Designers and partners Luke Edward Hall and Duncan Campbell live in an apartment in North London that occupies the second floor of a mid-nineteenth century townhouse. They love of vintage and mixing periods is evident in their home, as well as their love of colour and experimenting with paint. The first group of photos are from Luke’s website when the apartment was a study in green, and the second group are from Duncan’s website when pink and yellow were doing their thing.