Pale and earthy in a Mallorca home

Posted on Mon, 11 Jan 2021 by KiM

What a serene, earthy, charming home this is! Located in Mallorca, this 250m2 residence is so relaxing and comfortable, and would be so pleasant to come home to after a long day at work (or as things have gone over the past year, to work from home in). Designed by Meritxell Ribé and Josep Puigdomènech of The Room Studio.

A 350 sq ft NYC apartment

Posted on Mon, 11 Jan 2021 by KiM

Just because you live in a small space doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. Or comfort. This is the 350 sq ft Upper West Side apartment of Natasha Nyanin, designed by her friend, interior designer Nina Blair (NinaBDesign). (Photos: Nathaniel Johnston). Tons of personality, a dining table that seats 6 (the bench is brilliant as it easily acts as extra living room seating), a kitchen with dreamy open shelving, and a sexy bathroom complete this awesome tiny space.

In a comment the other day an American reader of ours begged us to show some style mixed with warmth and humanity (aka: lived in). Given the horror show that went on there I felt compelled to oblige. I spotted this apartment in a highrise in Moscow on The Village and thought it was perfect to share. This could not be more warm, lived-in, practical, full of life, overflowing with a beautiful energy thanks to bright colours and lots of vintage finds. My thoughts are with my neighbours to the south and I hope this brings a smile to your faces.

An eclectic West Village loft

Posted on Thu, 7 Jan 2021 by KiM

What a gorgeous and unique loft this is! Located in the West Village, this is such a beautiful space with curved ceilings, lovely chevron floors and warm wood cabinetry and then the addition of really special pieces and lots of textures and earthy touches. Eclectic and personal is a winning combination. Designed by Aamir Khandwala. (Photos: Jacob Snavely)

A townhouse aerie

Posted on Thu, 7 Jan 2021 by KiM

I’d like to share a peek into the Upper East Side home of interior designer Sandra Nunnerley. Located in a turn-of-the-century Carrère and Hastings townhouse, it is so thoughtfully curated, with stunning pieces of graphic art that really create an aura of glamour and drama. (Photos: Stephen Kent Johnson)