If the last house was all about restrained colour palettes and minimalist vibes allowing the old house to shine this one is all about colour and pattern in a new build. Think more, more, more and perhaps just a little bit more. Even with so much going on the house is not visually cluttered. In fact its clean contemporary lines are the perfect foil to the extravagance. What a fun house to grow up in! St Helena, Napa Valley by ETC.etera.
A designer’s own home where a tired 1930’s Mediterranean style house was gut renovated to become a calm almost zen like space that eschews the flashy, glossy modern Miami look. The bones remain authentic and the look is timeless and inviting. The Coconut Grove Residence by interior designer Constanza Collarte of Collarte Interiors.
Photography by Kris Tamburello
Mid century meets modern meets fabulous art collection. The stuff of dreams by the master himself Jamie Bush. I think I need a sit down and a restorative cup of tea after immersing myself in this amazing home.
Take the monochromatic colour palette of our last house warmed with camel and caramels. Elevate the scheme with texture, texture and more texture. Dabble with the darkside and indulge the comfort cravings. Modern living captured to perfection by Nashville-based April Tomlin Interiors.
Clean sleek lines, a monochrome palette and a carefully curated collection of modern and mid century classic furniture. Smooth yet tactile white walls and the golden glow of timber. It’s a recipe for fabubulous modern minimalism in Amsterdam by the European design powerhouse Framework.
Photography by Thomas De Bruyne