Luxury details in a Haussmannian apartment. Isn’t that what we all crave in our dream Parisian home? Located between Place de la Concorde and the Elysée Palace, this 230m2 home has a fresh contemporary look with that oh so French style. “Faubourg Saint-Honoré” by interior architects and designers Le Berre Vevaud.
Colour and charm, exuberance and personality, family and formality. A multitude of gathering spaces for a family and their friends in this Wilmette Victorian renovation by Chicago-based Jen Talbot Design.
Dallas-based interior designer Shannon Bowers does it again with lots of muted tones and in this particular project, a touch of femininity with pinks and roses and a disparate collection of antique furnishings. Another A+ project.
There is something so incredibly peaceful and comforting about a home filled with white and pale wood. This 1970s structure underwent major renovations and the results leave you to believe the home has been around much longer than that. A very neutral colour palette and many European antiques are a welcome addition. I could not love this more. (And that antique stone sink in the kitchen! SWOON!) Designed by Shannon Bowers. Photos: Peter Vitale.
Yes, yes I know it’s another property from The Modern House but I’m using the same excuse as last time :p Light filled and lovely with its restrained neutral colour palette, raw materials and contemporary living within a Victorian shell. I’d be happy to spend my days in lock down tending to a thriving indoor jungle. Walsingham Road, London E5 for sale via The Modern House.