White on white with natural elements, Mediterranean accents, the blue of the sky and sea, treasures from travels. It all comes together in the coastal holiday home of interior designer Carlos Serra of Mercader de Indias. Light, bright and cool.
Anthology Creative Studio is based in Outremont, Québec and the spaces they envision (whether rendered or in reality) are wonderfully calming, warm, wabi sabi in nature and speak very forcefully to my love of neutrals. We attach importance to the concept of “slow design”. Our spaces must inspire, encourage a slowdown and a decrease in our consumption rate. Allow to go back to the source of what “is” and to be interested in the essence of objects.
This beautiful home in the suburbs of Madrid was designed by Isabel López-Quesada. A neutral palette, an eclectic blend of furnishings with a fairly strong lean towards mid-century and an all-around timeless vibe makes this a winner.
Calm, cool and collected. This neutral haven in a historic San Francisco by Redmond Aldrich sees carefully considered balance of old and new, family and friends.
Photography by Laure Joliet
Oh so French! Oh so chic! It helps if you start with Haussmannian bones but Fleur Delesalle takes it to the next level with her modern interpretation. favourites? The rattan pivoting doors, the terrazzo kitchen bench and that dining room.