This bright and unexpected reimagining of a London pied-à-terre by Studio Peake is a “playful blending of opposites and an interplay between old and new – a dash of unexpected colour or detailing; that element of surprise.” Think pattern and texture, a comfortable overcrowding of furniture, books and art, personality and fun.
Pinch me. Is it real? A 300-year-old house in Connecticut lovingly brought to life by New York-based interior designer Ryan Lawson. This is no gut demo and stuff in everything new. No this is the careful reworking of the spaces so modern conveniences are provided but layers of the owner’s life and the history of the house shine through.
Photography by Stephen Kent Johnson
“Expressing a desire to retain the traditional and formal layout of this double-fronted house, the client’s brief was to create a home that championed the existing traditional elements while creating a vibrant and personality-filled home for a young and busy family. With areas for family living and entertaining spaces for the adults, the home affords both practicality and versatility.”
A traditional home full of colour and pattern with an emphasis on a heavenly blue. Mosman Residence by Sydney-based interior designers Tom Mark Henry.
Photography by Damian Bennett
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. JPL Studio by Jesse Parris-Lamb.
The owner’s desire for an elegant and serene home in the hustle and bustle of New York saw interior designer Augusta Hoffman use custom finishes and a refined palette of tactile neutrals. The apartment is furnished with a balance of new and vintage pieces carefully curated but personal.
Photography by Tim Lenz