There is some serious drama in this home designed by Ken Fulk and I freaking love it!!!! This 11,500-square-foot San Francisco home was reimagined by Ken Fulk as “one part English manor, and part rock-star lair,” for a couple that is one half British. Located on a strip of Outer Broadway commonly referred to as Billionaire’s Row, the remodel took place over a six-week period while the family was away on holiday. They returned home to find a series of dramatic rooms including a double height portrait hall, a complete English pub, an outdoor cinema and a master suite overlooking views of the Golden Gate bridge and the San Francisco Bay.
“As you navigate through the series of pavilions, the spaces expand and compress, both horizontally and vertically creating joyful moments for the young family as they go about their everyday life.“
Modern beach side living done right. Woorak House Palm Beach by CM Studio.
Photography by Prue Ruscoe
Calm, balanced, refined. Timeless interiors carefully curated. Understated, elegant and oh so English. Notting Hill Villa by Rose Uniacke.
Everyone is getting into the Christmas spirit and since I don’t decorate for the holidays (I mostly blame the cats because they would play with and try and eat everything) I am living vicariously through others. I am always a fan of how Scandinavians decorate with typically alot of greenery so I tend to devour sites like sköna hem this time of year. This Norwegian home they featured is just how I like my Christmas decor – simple and fresh.
Photos: Mikkel Adsbol
It’s like I say week in, week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it better be somewhere stylish and you can’t get more stylish than this Parisian plastic surgery clinic by Le Berre Vevaud.