I really appreciate designers who set out to create wow moments in their designs. In the case of Chad Dorsey and “the listening room” it’s this sumptuous deep red/burgundy wall colour with matching furniture (Ginger Snap by C2 Paint). In his “covid nights” bar area it’s another punchy colour enveloping everything but the floor. Birds in a ceiling alcove, and a massive brass hood with royal blue stove in an all white kitchen are just a couple more from his portfolio. WOW indeed!!!
A very neutral colour palette with light wood, brass and some subtle bits of darkness…all with a touch of European flair make for such a relaxing and timeless pairing. Located in Edmond, OK, this beautiful home was designed with an English Revival style focus. The goal was to create a backdrop for balancing both beauty and function for this family. Pairing of old with new in many of the design elements, including a 200-year-old vintage Italian marble stone sink used in the powder bathroom. Vintage modern is a signature style of the Kelsey Leigh Design Co. brand this home is a perfect example of that.
This rather spacious, modern home in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, is a modern white backdrop to some luxe elements (that brass range hood is breathtaking!) but maintains an overall sense of calm, warmth and comfort. A perfect combination. Designed by Studio Lifestyle.
Jo shared the 17th century, 3,300 sq ft Milan palazzo of designer Vincenzo De Cotiis a few years ago and I recently stumbled upon it again and because it truly is one of the most exquisite homes I have ever seen I wanted to share it again. This is what taking the time to peel back years and years of layers can get you. And when you leave it raw and untreated, it is absolutely magical and something to be revered for years to come. (You can read more about it here and here)
Photos: Simon Watson, Joachim Wichmann
This California bungalow has not only the pleasure of some great weather but the vintage vibes this home throws down is giving me all the feels. Especially the master bathroom. OMG. Put this one in your inspiration folder folks. Another project by Breeze Giannasio.