It’s warm, casual and super stylish. It’s all you’d expect from a vacation home … hang on it’s more than you’d expect from a vacation home. A mix of high end and the found, family memories, a soft desert palette and the texture, all that glorious layering of texture. Lockwood Avenue in Old Greenwich, Connecticut by BHDM.
Maybe not the top of the world but how about a stellar view from this Greenwich Peninsula apartment? And the cereal? Why it’s a collaboration between Cereal Magazine and Conran. Featuring contemporary and vintage pieces in a moody grey setting of concrete, stone and dark timbers the Cereal ABODE is for sale via Aucoot.
Photos by Rich Stapleton
The Brooklyn home of designer Delia Kenza (that she shares with her 2 daughters and artist and choreographer husband Júlio Leitão) is…everything. Absolutely breathtaking original features are paired with modern features like a sleek kitchen and jaw dropping black stained chevron hardwood floors. Add in lots of unique art by Júlio and other artists and ethnic accessories and you have the most eclectic and unique home filled with whimsy and character. (some info and photos by Floto + Warner from this article in The Cut)
Just down the road from the last house is this little white cottage built in 1847 but now a sophisticated home for modern living. Perhaps not as grand as the last house but a little more to my liking. Less housework anyway 🙂 Link here while it lasts.
I know I’ve posted this home before but it’s been relisted with a new agent and you know what that means … more pictures and different styling! (Yes yes also that it has been on the market for a long time.) Still a super stylish, very feminine home. What amazed me even more was its astonishing position. Great view of the harbour and all its iconic landmarks yes but that drone shot looking back across the ocean and the cliffs? Wowza. Pity you can’t get that aspect from the house. Still for sale here while the link lasts.