Sharing some eye candy this afternoon from Washington, D.C. based designer Darryl Carter. If you think furnishings on the traditional side aren’t really your thing, think again once you get to the end of this post. Dark pieces and artwork against white/cream walls is dramatic and elegant and gives a modern edge to classic style. YUM!
It’s dark, it’s moody, it’s mysterious and it’s too good to be true. The design concept may be fabulous but the computer generated rendering is even more so. Based in St. Petersburg, interior design firm Cartelle Design not only creates stunning built environments but inspiring dreams as well.
Ines Mazzotta of Kelly Hopter Interiors is a designer based in Toronto whose aesthetic I instantly fell in love with. Glamorous, Parisian chic and dramatic. Many of these photos, including the first 6, are of her 140 year old home she has transformed into an absolutely gem for her family.
Once again Jean Stoffer Design shows her love of blue in this beautiful Michigan home. Alongside the blue, brass accents really glam things up and WHOA her tile choices are spot on here. And the exterior is absolutely gorgeous too as a bonus. All of the black detail really modernizes it.
I’m still stalking but I have climbed up into the Blue Mountains west of Sydney. I’ve always dreamed of an old wooden cottage as a weekend bolthole. Something just a little like this early 1900’s house with its modern barn like extension. Love the black exterior emerging from the verdant vines, the dark floors, the industrial meets colonial meets retro meets scandi vibe. It’s just a little rock and roll gypsy meets country town glamour. Link here while it lasts.