It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Tuckermuck HQ by Zoë Feldman Design.
Photography: Photos 1-10 by Stacy Zarin Goldberg
Modern with a dose of mid century and slathered in rich wood and contrasting white painted brick. I love this home by Commune Design. Designed in collaboration with Feldman Architecture, this 5000 square foot residence in San Francisco was handcrafted from the ground up. Inspired by modernist Scandinavian architecture, the house has a limited material palette of lime washed Norman brick, black terracotta tile, plaster, copper, blackened bronze and salvaged local redwood, walnut and elm. All cabinetry, doors, windows and railings were handcrafted as well as all decorative elements including the Stan Bitters fireplace in the outdoor living room. The young clients wanted a home “to grow old in” with interiors that are classic, inviting and layered with commissioned furniture pieces, custom rugs and vintage furnishings.
I’m always on the hunt for kitchen inspiration as mine needs an overhaul in a big way. Christina Samatas and Renee DiSanto of Park & Oak seem to have a knack for creating the dreamiest of classic, timeless, and really functional kitchens. I’d be ecstatic with any one of these in my home.
With its neutral colour palette, mid century classic furniture pieces and considered artworks this New York apartment by Arthur Casas Studio is the epitome of restrained chic, masculine without being clichéd, a luxurious bolthole in the big city.
A romantic combination of rambling, rambunctious ivy, a hint of French courtyard, gritty city warehouse and teeny plunge pool. I love a wall of ivy and its seasonal journey from vivid, cooling green to autumnal stand out. Small space, big impact garden by Melbourne based Franklin Landscape & Design.