Displaying posts from July, 2024

Designer Charlotte Boundy recently completed this collaboration project with Tamzin Greenhill Designs on the restoration and interior design of an end of terrace Victorian 6 bedroom 6,000sq ft house in Primrose Hill. The muted colour palette and feminine touches create such a magical and really pretty vibe. I’m obsessed with that library space with the gorgeous mirror over the fireplace and sparkly chandelier. Photos: Paul Whitbread.

A renovated kitchen with a Parisian pub vibe

Posted on Fri, 12 Jul 2024 by KiM

A modern kitchen comes to life in an ancestral home, blending the past with the present. Original elements are salvaged, cabinets undergo a colorful modernization. Glass illuminates the space, merging historic charm with a contemporary aesthetic in this kitchen imbued with history and modernity.
I absolutely adore this kitchen designed by Montréal-based FJORD intérieurs. The reeded glass cabinet, glass shelves and white marble keeps it light while the dark stained wood adds so much depth, warmth and character. This one is going straight into my inspiration folder.

Designer’s own

Posted on Thu, 11 Jul 2024 by midcenturyjo

Lea Cojot of Cojot Designs embarked on a gut renovation of this Flatiron loft and what she has created is a wonderful open-plan design that respects the industrial heritage of the space yet is sumptuous and downright sexy. Hello standout stone kitchen! Hello masterful mix of vintage and contemporary furniture!

Photography by William Jess Laird.

Cristina Espejo and Marta Goyanes of Espejo & Goyanes create beautiful and functional spaces. This Madrid house is a case in point. The light-filled double-height living room is sophisticated yet welcoming while the kitchen with its minimalist lines is warmed by ample flowing curtains and an upholstered dining banquette. Perhaps my favourite room (or rooms) is the connecting area between the main bedroom, dressing room and bathroom another fine example of ample curtains and minimalist space.

A British pub in a Montréal backyard

Posted on Wed, 10 Jul 2024 by KiM

If you don’t need a pool house for typical needs like a place for people to change into swimsuits or to store pool equipment, why not convert it into the coolest little British pub? Between the pool and the “pub” I’m pretty sure you’re going to have a hard time convincing friends they can’t stay all night. Another wonderful project by Blanc Marine. Photos: Photographie Interieure Co.