A celebration of European living with beautifully curated rooms flooded with light. Think linen and aged oak, soft colour palettes and attention to the finer details. Contemporary living embracing the old and all with the family at the heart … and hearth. By Dublin-based interior designer Minnie Peters.
Photography by Luke White
It’s a little slice of heaven. A NYC loft with fabulous bones and an interior by design firm Sissy + Marley. Light floods in through arched windows while oak floors and exposed beams enhance the industrial feel. One moment it’s dramatic, the next serene but always a chic, always inspiring, family home. If luxury loft living in the Big Apple has been a dream of yours I suggest you move towards the light.
This lakeside home in Austin, Texas is the perfect family home with lots of entertaining spaces, a to-die-for 2 story screened in porch, and lots of colours and textures. Just the right amount of personality and comfort. Designed by Fern Santini (architecture: Paul Lamb + Inge Hendley, photos: Douglas Friedman)
Maximising storage, letting in more light and above all keeping the character formed the brief for the renovation of this inner Sydney Art Deco apartment. Oh and a modest budget. A timeless palette, opening up walls, custom cabinets, polished floors and the use of mirrors to bounce the light were all employed to create a chic city home for a young family. Darling Point by Studio Kate.
Faded grandeur, modern furniture, tribal touches, truncated torsos, a confection of a little girl’s room and a blowsy summer garden. It’s a heady mix. Séguier, Paris 6 by Isabelle Stanislas.