I just had to share one more kitchen from Taylor + Taylor. I love that they take a different view on what can easily be a boring white, shiny, utilitarian box for food prep. In their design hands kitchens have souls. You can see the rest of this colourful home here.
From the board formed concrete walls and the concrete encaustic tiles to the simple plywood cabinets topped with sleek and seamless stainless steel counters this kitchen by Taylor + Taylor is a stylish example of contemporary rustic. Rough against smooth, complex pattern against plain this small but well designed kitchen is definitely not your run of the mill, ho-hum heart of the house. The designers are favourites of mine. You can see the kitchen that gave me the blues here.
Photos by Tiffany J Photography
It has been quite some time since we last featured the work of Boston-based Hudson Interior Designs. A refreshing mix of patterns, textures and colours, modern melding with traditional. It’s bold and relaxed and timeless. Pure eye candy.
I wanted to share another project (in case you missed Sunday’s post: here) by NICOLEHOLLIS where modern, edgy glam, with lots of black and brass set the stage again. Set within a classical Russian Hill, San Francisco townhouse, the home’s architecture makes it even more striking.
It should be obvious to you dear reader that my house drug of choice is the Victorian terrace. Yes, yes I know that they are narrow and dark and a lot of times are screaming out for a sympathetic modernisation but I can’t help it. I’m hooked. I’ve been real estate
strolling scrolling and I’d like to get my grubby little fingers on this one. Great job so far and lots of potential for even more improvements. For sale here while the link lasts.