There are the lucky few who live in Paris. There are the luckier few who live in a Haussmannian apartment with its sugar icing plaster details, beautiful floors and towering windows and doors. Then there are the luckiest few of all who live in a Haussmannian apartment renovated by Parisian interior designer Véronique Cotrel of L’agence Véronique Cotrel where the marriage between old and new is sublime. Majestic and welcoming. Historic yet perfectly attuned to contemporary living.
Stately in a classically beautiful way. A new home in the countryside by Belgian architect Bernard De Clerck that you would never guess from the exterior nor the interior that it is a new home. And a home to treasure for centuries to come.
“Audacious in her choices she has a very recognizable touch. An iconoclast according to some of her reviewers, Victoria-Maria is known for effortlessly mix and match antique and contemporary pieces in her designs. Managing to keep up with current trends all while retaining uniqueness.”
Colour and texture, bespoke and design classic, timeless yet on trend German-born Brussels-based interior architect and designer Victoria-Maria has created a home packed with personality and style.
Better make that red, white and blue AND green. Old meets new in this shingle-clad home in Bellport, Long Island by Michael Vincent Design. The perfect holiday bolthole mindful of the original architecture and age while providing all the modern touches. Bring on the long hot summers.
Pale shades of peach, yellow, green and blue and a statement sofa in Josef Frank fabric create such a fun, cozy atmosphere in Utah-based designer and stylist Meta Coleman‘s adorable home. Embracing colour and pattern and vintage and owning it.