Terra-cotta, mustard, green and blue – such a beautiful array of colours. Since painting my dining room terra-cotta it’s one of my favourite wall colours and to walk into a home and immediately be surrounded by it….*sigh*. This entire home I just want to eat it up – especially the yellow kitchen. Not a single white wall in sight. And I’m not at all mad at that. Another to die for home designed by Reath Design. (Photos: Laure Joliet)
Matthew Monroe Bees‘ interiors are OTT Southern maximalism with a touch of traditionalism and elegance that isn’t at all pretentious.
The ongoing collaboration between Laminex and architectural firm Kennedy Nolan has created another exciting kitchen. By colour blocking and playing with scale the studio kitchen has so much more impact. Dark walls recede, benchtops are chunky and wide while storage is simple yet generous for the small space.
Photography by Derek Swalwell
Light-filled yet moody the Hamburg home of interior designer, stylist and photographer Peter Fehrentz is a sophisticated oasis in the bustling city. Beautiful high windows and a sense of space, of volume, are the starting point for the masculine yet layered and considered apartment.
Designer Josh Greene knocked this project out of the park! This was a complete renovation of a full-floor apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. It is loaded with elegance and class which in my humble opinion is hard to pull off when using lots of colours and patterns. I especially love the lacquered cobalt blue walls of the library with the wallpapered ceiling. So dramatic! And must give props to the acid green silk rug in the dining room – what a statement! (Photos: Eric Piasecki)