Understated elegance and quiet beauty spring to mind when I look at these pictures. The house doesn’t scream or shout. It’s not brash and brassy. It is the simple luxury of quality whether recently crafted or inherited. Classic, comfortable, timeless. By California-based architectural firm Chambers + Chambers.
We’ve long been obsessed by Jason Maclean’s work (here) but I must say that I’m elevating my obsession to superfan status after seeing this minimalist kitchen in his West London renovation. Yes the rest of the house is starkly chic but this kitchen is a standout. Form follows function with a simplicity that is strikingly beautiful. By Studio Maclean.
I’ve seen Boho Scandi and Boho Shabby Chic. I’ve even seen Boho Gothic and a touch of Boho stirred through Hollywood Regency but it’s rare to see Boho Modern. Glass and chrome, sleek kitchen, wishbone chairs and modern art married with a riotous Roche Bobois Mah Jong sofa, oriental wallpaper and lacquer cabinets. A modern loft style apartment with a strong personality. And then there are the views. A Private Residence in Covent Garden, London by Caroline Cobbold Design.
A really fun bathroom in a bit of a Scandianvian style by the fabulous Ninou Etienne of Fusion D.