I’ve been following artist & designer Josh Young on Instagram for some time now and realized we haven’t featured him on the blog – until now. Based in Washington, his style is heavily influenced by several years he spent in Milan. It has distinctive European, old world elements mixed with a bit of sophisticated modernity and always very neutral. So very pleasing to the eye.
I am completely smitten with this bold, pattern-happy traditional Spanish finca designed by Matthew Williamson. In 2018 Matthew converted this once derelict house built in 1920 into a luxurious, modern family home with 2 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms, dining and lounge areas. Along with extensive garden and summer room renovations, the home has undergone a radical and stylish transformation.
Sydney-based design firm Arent&Pyke was commissioned to complete the interior design and furnishing of this home extension designed by Luigi Rosselli Architects. The light-filled interiors combine luxury touches with family living all warmed by a colour palette of rose and terracotta.
Photography by Prue Ruscoe
“We were commissioned to design 11 model apartments for a Lower East Side residential building, One Manhattan Square. Each apartment tells the story of the unique characters who might someday inhabit the space. The apartments were transformed from white walled units into richly layered homes that are inviting to a range of potential residents.”
New York designer Anna Karlin transformed once white boxes into richly layered homes. Here are two of the apartments. The first a colourful and richly patterned home full of contrasts and collected objects. The second a welcoming space for friends and family to gather with soft textures and warm hues.
Photography by William Laird
This modern beach house in East Hampton is tons of fun. Loaded with tropical colours and wallpaper, it is coastal vacationing with a chic, graphic twist. Such uplifting energy in these spaces. Designed by Ghislaine Viñas. (Photos: Jaime Viñas & Mick Hales)