I recently came across the interiors of Carmel Greer of District Design, based in Washington, D.C. and WOW! The drama! Who would have thought peach walls could be so drop-dead gorgeous?!?! I chose a random selection from her portfolio, ranging from dark and moody to bright and modern.
You can’t go wrong with black and white. Well, most of the time. In this home designed by Tamara Magel I think she nailed what can often end up be harsh when tackling this colour scheme but this is cozy, warm, and family friendly with a mild dose of glamour. Also, black windows will always have my heart. (Photos: Rikki Snyder)
Don’t mind me. I’m just backyard daydreaming. Sigh! By Melbourne-based COS Design.
Curvilinear with bold use of colour. Oak and brass and honed marble. Hand painted abstracts on curtains. Sculptural with a hint of Art Deco and all of it contemporary. The 2020 San Francisco showhouse gave a blank slate Regan Baker Design created a stellar kitchen.
Photography by Suzanna Scott Photography
This home in Särö, Sweden I spotted on Residence ticks all the right boxes for me. The warm neutral walls accentuate the architecture, the green tile in the kitchen is blowing my mind, and the eclectic mix of eras in the furniture really lends itself to a storied interior. (Photos: Fanny Hansson)