When it comes to interiors, my taste ranges quite drastically. I love the ornate details in a restored Victorian home, and I also will completely fall in love with very simple, modern architecture. This modern take on a farm house with a Scandinavian vibe is refined, serene and subtly beautiful. By Kaemingk Design.
I can’t seem to bring myself to do neutral colour palettes in my home, but if I were to I would want it to be just like this, a former Governer’s home in Massachusetts designed by Lisa Tharp. Lots of white and creamy shades with black for a casual yet elegant vibe. A crisp white envelope is an atmospheric backdrop to a mix of European antiques and custom furnishings. New architectural features, inside and out, were designed to marry recent additions to the original structure’s classical proportions. Couture furnishings from Lisa Tharp Collection add form to function while the seating is dressed in soft yet practical indoor/outdoor fabrics. Marble fireplaces were preserved in the matching dining and living rooms. A graphic new stencil wakes up original wide plank flooring in the main entry, and sets the stage for a family home that is welcoming and casual.
The folks at Barcelona-based YLAB Arquitectos sent along details of this sleek, modern project they recently completed. I really love all of the storage areas they introduced (oh to have that much space to put allllll of my stuff) and the graphic black areas that catch your eye. The owners, a couple in love with Barcelona, wanted to refurbish this apartment to enjoy the proximity to the sea and the quietness of this part of the city. They wanted to convert their two bedroom apartment into a comfortable and functional one bedroom home while having the main areas connected and open to the terrace through a spectacular window with views to the park and the sea. Ylab Arquitectos proposed a complete new layout, prioritizing the communal space formed by the kitchen and the living room, aligned with the master bedroom along one large window.
This Atlanta loft is all kinds of awesome, from the exposed support beamed ceiling and floor to crittall-style ceiling window to the industrial mixed with glam decor. Where many styles mix to produce something eclectic and fantastic. Designed by Brian Patrick Flynn.