Carefully curated and utterly covetable. When the actual retail space is in a house and everything is for sale it’s not easy to leave. This Sag Harbour pop-up by The 1818 Collective was all about connecting with the community in a deeper way than a traditional bricks and mortar store.
Photography by Nicole Franzen
What can I say? Swoon comes to mind. Yasmine Saleh Ghoniem is my favourite interior designer and her Sydney-based firm YSG can do no wrong. When am I moving in?
Photography by Prue Ruscoe
A sympathetic reworking of this San Francisco house sees many of its original elements such as the ceilings retained while the floorplan was reconfigured and a sympathetic material palette introduced. The owner’s collection of vintage Italian furniture is the star of the show as are the stunning views and sense of privacy. Hosono House by Ryan Leidner Architecture.
I had to share another project by the talented duo of Salvesen Graham because it is so wonderfully English, lots of colours – both bold and more subtle and plenty of patterns. Layering as these designers do so well and create such a welcoming home that I just eat right up. (Photos: Simon Brown)
Luxury living by the sea at Cabo San Lucas by Chicago-based interior designer Sasha Adler. It’s about layers of textures, a carefully curated mix of vintage and bespoke pieces, exquisite attention to detail and a sense of fun, of generosity, of welcoming family and guests. The interiors blend effortlessly with outdoor spaces all the while celebrating that view. At the same time private rooms provide respite from the go go go of partying.
Photography by Douglas Friedman