London-based interior designer Trilbey Gordon has a dramatic, inimitable and at times flamboyant approach to interiors. She curates an eclectic mix of rock-n-roll, mid-century modern and cool gentlemen’s club, all suffused with a sexy 70’s Studio 54 vibe. Yet every detail is carefully considered. Here is a selection of my favourite spaces from her portfolio.
Vibrant colours, high energy and a unique style is Right Meets Left Interior Design, Courtney McLeod’s studio in the heart of the Flatiron District in Manhattan. The name Right Meets Left perfectly reflects our approach to the design process – rooted in an ideal balance of innovative design (right brain) and analytical rigor (left brain). We utilize a kaleidoscopic toolbox of texture, pattern, and color to create a singular and cohesive expression of each client’s unique personality and lifestyle.
(Some photos by John Neitzel)
Did someone say they’re dreaming of escaping for a little beach side R & R? How about this beach shack brimming with colour and pattern? Southern Island Charmer by Charleston, SC based interior design firm Jenny Keenan Design.
Photography by J. Savage Gibson
“It’s not one piece of furniture or color palette that makes a room come alive; it’s the vibration between the pieces along with textures and layers that tells its story.”
Colour and wicker and vintage and a casual ease. The perfect recipe for beachside living. Sullivan’s Island (South Carolina) by Kevin Isbell Interiors.
Photography by Julia Lynn
Within the refurbished château/farmhouse of designer Pierre Yovanovitch in Fabrègues, Provence is the marriage of rustic and sophistication. Plasterwork, stone and wood form the backdrop to modern and vintage furnishings and artwork. Each room more beautiful than the next.