Displaying posts labeled "Art"

A vintage haven

Posted on Wed, 29 Jun 2022 by KiM

A local friend Liane of WISEMAN + CORMWELL has been knocking out really fabulous interior design projects lately and I figured it was about time I give her a shoutout. Her love of vintage may even surpass mine so I thought it suitable to feature her project that was led by vintage finds. A girl after my own heart!

An eclectic Hamptons beach house

Posted on Thu, 23 Jun 2022 by KiM

A reasonable dose of blue and graphic patterns make this Hamptons beach quintessentially beachy and lively, designed by Carlos David. According to this 1stDibs feature the home once flooded when the homeowners were away one Christmas and it provided them the excuse/opportunity to do what became an almost complete transformation (90% of the furnishings were destroyed and all the walls, floors, and ceilings were completely saturated – even the windows had to be replaced). The result is eclectic and bright and perfect for Hamptons summer living. (Photos: Read McKendree)

Hollywood glam in a Texas home

Posted on Wed, 15 Jun 2022 by KiM

Not everyone loved the last feature I shared of Annie Brahler of EuroTrash‘s work. And not everyone will love this one that is very Hollywood glam with gorgeous marble harlequin floors, lots of gold/brass and blingy chandeliers. But I had to share it because she’s got balls and I admire that. Go big or go home, amiright?

Modern farmhouse vibes with an edge

Posted on Thu, 9 Jun 2022 by KiM

There is a lot of modern farmhouse style homes making the rounds these days, but this approach with a bit of a minimalism and edginess is doing it for me. Designed by Annie Brahler of EuroTrash.

Blues and greens in a San Francisco Victorian

Posted on Tue, 7 Jun 2022 by KiM

This San Francisco Victorian had a prior life as a somewhat neglected rental unit. Our clients felt compelled to rescue it and make it their Bay Area home base. We were fortunate enough to be asked to collaborate on this project, giving the space new life. Upgrades in the spaces were a must. However, all changes were done with thoughtfulness and with an eye towards not only practical changes, but ensuring a dusting of design magic throughout this new home. Forgoing neutral colors, we went bold and bright throughout. I really love the shades of blue and green and fun wallpapers and tile used in this home designed by Banner Day Interiors.