A moody Swedish villa

Posted on Sun, 27 Sep 2020 by KiM

This home in Särö, Sweden I spotted on Residence ticks all the right boxes for me. The warm neutral walls accentuate the architecture, the green tile in the kitchen is blowing my mind, and the eclectic mix of eras in the furniture really lends itself to a storied interior. (Photos: Fanny Hansson)

Lake house luxe

Posted on Thu, 24 Sep 2020 by KiM

I often say I need about 6 homes to get in all the styles I really gravitate towards. In the case of this lake house if you buy one big enough you can get in several styles in one go! That may be a bit of humour but I actually love how D2 Interieurs managed to pull this off and it still be cohesive. There’s a sort of minimal earthy elegance in the foyer and Miami chic in the formal living room and a beach vibe in the casual living room and retro in a sitting room and boho retro in the main bedroom…. it may seem like alot of competing styles but it has a wonderful flow and with a fairly neutral colour palette it is a success. (Photos: Jane Beiles)

Gardens by Miranda Brooks

Posted on Thu, 24 Sep 2020 by KiM

I am really trying to embrace the beauty of the fall season, but it is so heartbreaking knowing my days to enjoy the backyard and greenhouse with husband and cats are numbered. These gardens by landscape architect Miranda Brooks are sure to keep my spirits up and have distracted me if not momentarily from winter’s horrors that are soon to come. (Yes, I hate winter that much, especially during a pandemic when I cannot escape it)

Serenity

Posted on Tue, 22 Sep 2020 by KiM

Lots of white in a home gives me anxiety at the thought of trying to keep it clean, but I am more than willing to admire it from afar. In this home designed again by Maria Santos, it is a heavy dose of white with the warming accent of honey toned wood and accessories. It is so incredibly serene and refined. Eye candy therapy I’d call this. You leave feeling a bit calmer than when you arrived. (Photos: Montse Garriga)

What was formerly a derelict Madrid apartment void of any of its original neoclassical architecture, is now been completely restored and transformed with the help of interior designer Maria Santos. No detail forgotten, no stone left unturned (or in this case, no book spine facing forwards) it is a beautifully curated with Parisian flair. (Photos: Montse Garriga)