Are you tripping out over the marble details in this Ile de la Cité, Paris apartment by Studio Henry? I know I am. Seriously sexy.
Photography by Studio Henry and Katja Rahwles
Understated elegance, comfort and character with a hint of nostalgia. I’m back delving into Cape Town-based designer Gregory Mellor‘s portfolio and his take on an African farmhouse doesn’t disappoint.
Wallpaper creates instant drama or texture in any space. Sure, it’s a commitment but if you’re brave enough it can work wonders. In the case of Mendelson Group Inc. it makes a frequent appearance and often times is used in a more subtle via grasscloth which adds such a warm texture and can be alot more subtle than using a print. In my home I have wallpaper in my foyer/staircase/upstairs hallway and almost 5 years later I could not love it more. Hopefully this post will be inspiration for you to try out some wallpaper in your home.
High intensity colours and patterns can be found throughout this San Juan, Puerto Rico condo designed by Stewart Rodriguez. From the moment you step out of the elevator you know you are in for a treat. The fashion editorial photograph of the glass encased model sets the tone of what’s behind the main door. Bold colors and art are the inspiration for this interior designer’s home. Fearless to kelly green walls that wrap the living room and dining room allow for the eclectic furniture pieces to come alive. The combination of a pink chair with the yellow sofa show how strong colors palettes can work perfectly in a space. The dining room is a stunning blend of modern with old romanticism. The “Study for ‘La Grande Jatte’, by Georges Seurat, 1884-5” in the National Gallery and the amazing fashion editorial piece of Alice in Wonderland by a Barcelona fashion photographer create a dining room to remember. The master bedroom chinoiserie wallpaper with the bold patterns on the upholstered bed make a bold move look peaceful and chic. This home is a great testament of living surrounded by the things you love…
“Creating thoughtful, playful and luxurious spaces.”
The luxury of location. The luxury of space. The luxury of light. The luxury of finishes. The luxury of details. It’s luxury in Notting Hill by Peter Mikic.