It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Boulangerie by Paris-based Emmanuelle Simon.
“The Notting Hill Apartment is one of twenty-six luxury residential apartments set within a boutique development in West London. The architectural language of the site is a contemporary interpretation of the original, white stuccoed Victorian villas that line the streets in the area. Using the same studied ethos as the inspiration, the interior design is true to its context but explicitly modern”
Calm, carefully curated and welcoming. An oasis in a bustling city by London-based Albion Nord.
Photography by Nicolas Anetson and Didier Delmas
Warmth and charm were infused into this 1790’s farm by clearly defining the personality of every room – yet having small moments of connection to make the home feel complete. We worked with the home’s existing floor plan to maintain the historical character and updated all the finishes, paint colors and furnishings so it’s liveable but not too precious.
This is how you pay homage to the history of a home. With charm and comfort oozing from every corner. Another project designed by Washington based Cameron Ruppert. Photographer: Stacy Zarin Goldberg. (Link here in case you missed my feature last week of a much bolder but equally charming home)
Surrounded by the high mountains and alpine valleys of the Le Mas commune of Côte d’Azur in South-eastern France, is this beautiful home designed by Nicky Haslam. Magically endearing as soon as you walk through the front door. His style is imbued thoughout, each space unique and a statement.