Bathrooms need not be mundane. London-based Boundary Space has designed these colourful (all be it extravagant) bathrooms to put a smile on your face. Think glamour, luxury and decadence in pink and green.
The designer calls the project “Ebony and Ivory”. I call it a sophisticated, contemporary home with not only a play on black and white but texture and the clean lines of modern design. By Chicago-based interior design firm SKIN.
Photography by Andrew Miller
Beata Heuman bringing a smile to my face once again with this Holland Park home she designed. In classic Beata style there is lots of colour and pattern and whimsy but nothing overwhelming and so very easy on the eye. Almost traditional with an almost modern twist.
“Perfect blend of curated modern elegance and highly functional, timeless design”…. “The desire to create a level of sophistication that is never pretentious” …. “Poise and ease are achieved by balancing an artful sense of color and texture, highly bespoke custom furniture with impeccable attention to detail, and incorporating significant antiques and contemporary collectible design pieces that offer curiosity and a sense of wonder” …These are the design principles behind New York & Miami based designer Sandra Weingort.
It’s the same glass factory conversion as Friday and the same designers. It’s the same Belgian aesthetic but a totally different apartment. Admittedly the overall space is smaller but the sense of style is just as big. By Æ Studio.
Photography by Jan Verlinde