I spotted this 45m2 apartment on the real estate site Lagerlings and wanted to share as this is such a telling example of what architectural details can do to trick the eye into believing a space is not as it as it appears. In this case tall ceilings and dramatic windows make the space appear larger. Even with the addition of a crittall-style bedroom separation it provides an air of grandeur. Gorgeous!!!
Toronto-based Jessica McGouran of Jessica Leigh Interiors is a new-to-me designer and I’m so glad I found her. After perusing her portfolio I was quite smitten with her eye for the graphic (via colour, pattern and texture) and her eclectic yet timeless outlook on interiors.
White washed walls, bamboo ceilings, dark wood furniture, collectables, textiles from around the world and straw rugs beneath your feet. Add sun drenched private terraces, lush green gardens and alfresco dining by the pool. Fancy a getaway to the Algave? A little rustic luxury at Monte da Palmeira perhaps.
Such a well considered balance. All chocolate box thatched cottage on the outside. All modern living expectations on the inside. Icing on the cake? More than enough historical character internally preserved to keep you smiling sweetly. Gloucestershire Cottage by Sarah Delaney Design.
I spotted this home on Residence Magazine and immediately fell in love. The vintage, feminine, time-worn vibe of this home is the perfect dose of Sunday eye candy. Let this be a reminder to always look at the back of canvas paintings. You never know what you might find.