“A young couple looking for a home with soul buys a historic townhouse in DC that had recently been purchased by developers bent on modernizing the space. This couple came in at the eleventh hour before the demolition was complete and hired Zoë Feldman Design to bring back the character of this old home with modern touches, eclectic art and design, quirky touches, while focusing on the sustainability in line with their ideals.”
Don’t you love it when the story has a happy ending. A sleeping princess, a white knight and a fairy godmother to sprinkle about the magic.
Photography by Stacy Zarin Goldberg
“Circus-like frivolity is conveyed with elegant strength via eclectic patterns and motifs.”
Vivid. Graphic. Bold. A contemporary apartment with a raspberry ripple repeat. “Crane in the Sky”, a Walsh Bay, Sydney apartment packing a colour punch and a luxurious material palette in just 200 sq m by interior design studio YSG.
It’s what happens when minimalism meets material honesty, craftsmanship meets everyday life and austerity meets beauty. It’s rustic, restrained, one should say pared back but always a delight to the eye. Pina House by Barcelona-based Francesc Rifé Studio.
Thoughts on millennial pink? Over the trend? Seen enough? I felt that way until I saw this cute as a button apartment by Washington D.C. based Zoë Feldman Design. So cheerful, so warm, so inviting. May I say so rosy? It puts a smile on my face.
“Your home should reflect the past, embrace the present, and nurture the future.”
This mid century ranch style home has undergone a sympathetic transformation into a contemporary space perfect for the new owners and their amazing collection of Pre-Colombian artefacts. A neutral palette, natural materials and eclectic but carefully curated furnishings lend a casual sophistication to this beautiful home by Intimate Living Interiors.