Mid century vibes with statement furniture and art in this East End Avenue apartment designed by Amy Lau. A perfect city oasis for a pair of art collectors to showcase their vast collection and to emphasize and enhance the natural beauty of the space through site-specific installations that highlight the unique features of each room.
An extensive collection of bold artwork. An eclectic assortment of vintage furniture. This home is checking some boxes of my favourites list. The client was excited by the 30’s California canyon vibe of the house but wished for more connectivity and comfort throughout. We took the opportunity to open walls and create more fully connected spaces. The variety of living areas within the house provided the fortunate occasion for a diverse palette of textures, materials and forms to furnish the rooms. A collectors environment emerged that blends 17th century to mid 19th century furniture and art. The house is an eclectic yet completely familiar and inviting place to call home. By Seattle-based design studio Hoedemaker Pfeiffer. (Photos: Andrew Giammarco)
(for another recent feature on Hoedemaker Pfeiffer, click here)
Eclectic Parisian vibes get no better than in this apartment by the brilliant design team of Caroline Sarkozy et Laurent Bourgois (CSLB Studio). Every single piece is unique, masterfully curated and absolutely beautiful.
Bára is devoted reader of our blog from the Czech Republic (or Czechia) and dabbles in interior design as a hobby. She recently completed this project and I had to share because it’s the cutest little pad, the colours she chose are stunning, and I’d love to stay here! I recently remodelled (on a tight budget) this small apartment in an Art Nouveau building in Prague to serve as an airbnb. We had to leave the kitchen cupboards and bathroom without major changes, but at least applied black “sticker” on the fridge and backsplash tiles. It’s so cozy and I love the drama of the dark wall colours and the mural. Find the listing here.
Photos: Artur Muller
I have been a fan of Irish architecture and design firm Kingston Lafferty Design for a few years now and they never disappoint. They mix antiques with modern and mid-century classics like no one’s business. And they are bolder with colour than most designers. And do it sooooo well. This post is 100% proof of this.