Based in Los Angeles, Stephen Ken and his partner Beks Opperman design home and travel goods. They dreamt about a space they could use to practice hospitality and offer their designs in a more intimate environment, and so this loft was born. Its minimal aesthetic and clean lines really help to showcase the beauty of the space and their designs against such a beautiful backdrop.
More liveable glamour by the talented Lisa Gilmore, but this time it is art deco mixed with arts and crafts. William Morris wallpaper pairs with Frank Lloyd Wright fabric in the study. Some leopard print chairs add some extra ZING in the living room. Random – just how I like my interiors.
Lorenzo Castillo is an antiques dealer and interior designer from Madrid and I think he’s my new hero. Jo featured his caramel/black/white home back in 2015 here. I was recently on his website and found another iteration of his home, as seen in this first group of photos. When doing some googling to learn more about his home I found this article in Elle Decor featuring more of his home (yet another earlier iteration?) from 2012 (with photos by Simon Upton), which below are the second set of photos. In any case, I am completely smitten with all of the colours, patterns, layers, textures, styles. It is an eclectic lovers bible on how to nail maximalism.
This condo in Saint Petersburg, Florida is all about liveable glamour. Lisa Gilmore took this condo up several notches with a really unique backsplash with Kelly Wearstler tile and large brass handles and hood in the kitchen, the dreamiest magenta media room and some dramatic wallpapers in the bathrooms. Gorgeous!!!
I have imagined for many years of living in a mid century modern home, an industrial loft, and a rustic relic of a home. This would be the rustic relic of my dreams. It is a 16th century oak framed farmhouse 2 hours outside of London, set on 2 acres of wild gardens and meadows, with 7 bedrooms and numerous outbuildings. I could cry this is so beautiful. Available as a location home through Shoot Factory.