It’s Friday so it must be time for a virtual weekend getaway. In this daydream we’ve reached the new normal, we’re vaccinated and we’re in Tulum, Mexico. I’m not sure how we can fit the thousands and thousands of you in this apartment but hey it’s a daydream. We’ll make it work. First dibs on the bedroom with the dark bathroom! Penthouse Panopea in Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Book via Airbnb.
“We designed this model apartment for The Belnord, a historic luxury residential building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The building’s rich past influenced the mix of old and new in the 4-bedroom space. Customized furnishings and fixtures, along with antique and vintage pieces, bring the character of the spaces to life.”
The apartment may be in the Big Apple but the look is la française. The Belnord by New York-based Anna Karlin who not only designs furniture and lighting but everything from digital and print to interiors and set design.
Photography by Adrian Gaut
Styling by Colin King
Are you tripping out over the marble details in this Ile de la Cité, Paris apartment by Studio Henry? I know I am. Seriously sexy.
Photography by Studio Henry and Katja Rahwles
High intensity colours and patterns can be found throughout this San Juan, Puerto Rico condo designed by Stewart Rodriguez. From the moment you step out of the elevator you know you are in for a treat. The fashion editorial photograph of the glass encased model sets the tone of what’s behind the main door. Bold colors and art are the inspiration for this interior designer’s home. Fearless to kelly green walls that wrap the living room and dining room allow for the eclectic furniture pieces to come alive. The combination of a pink chair with the yellow sofa show how strong colors palettes can work perfectly in a space. The dining room is a stunning blend of modern with old romanticism. The “Study for ‘La Grande Jatte’, by Georges Seurat, 1884-5” in the National Gallery and the amazing fashion editorial piece of Alice in Wonderland by a Barcelona fashion photographer create a dining room to remember. The master bedroom chinoiserie wallpaper with the bold patterns on the upholstered bed make a bold move look peaceful and chic. This home is a great testament of living surrounded by the things you love…
I love an English interior. A little bit traditional, not afraid of pattern clash, surprisingly lots of colour and always that touch of quirkiness. What’s that you say? English interiors are all magnolia paint, naff wallpaper and overstuffed pleather sofas? Not this fabulous interior by Rosanna Bossom. That’s my inspiration!