Oh so French! Oh so chic! It helps if you start with Haussmannian bones but Fleur Delesalle takes it to the next level with her modern interpretation. favourites? The rattan pivoting doors, the terrazzo kitchen bench and that dining room.
It’s a fine balancing act. Eclectic and exuberant, luxurious and timeless, family-friendly and West Side cool. Get it wrong and the balls will come tumbling down. No chance when your interior designer is Tali Roth. Her masterful reworking of this Chelsea townhouse is textured, layered, bold and bright.
Pardon me. I’m having a little daydream. The vaccines have brought Corona under control and we can travel again. I’ve packed my bag and hopped a plane to France. I’m in Cap Ferret and this sweet little beach shack is mine. Sigh. What a lovely, lovely daydream. Renovation of a holiday house by L’Atelier Delphine Carrère.
Gregory Mellor‘s aesthetic is understated and elegant with an emphasis on comfort and authenticity. For his own house in the South African countryside there is a mix of family antiques, textures and textiles. The look is rustic yet classically timeless.
A calm oasis in the desert. Inviting, real, mindful. Desert Milk Adobe, a 1935 adobe brought back to life by Sarah Solis.
Photography by Shade Degges Photography