The colours of the surrounding Aussie landscape form the palette for this Yarra Valley home. Rich earth and endless blue skies, the silvery grey green of the bush, browns and rusts of the old growth on gum trees as well as the ghostly white of the new. A richly layered aesthetic in a contemporary Australian country home by Melbourne-based interior designer Chelsea Hing.
This Hampstead, London townhouse designed by Jo Berryman, is overflowing with personality and I absolutely love it.
If Carmela Soprano lived in NW3 and not New Jersey, her kitchen would totally look like this
An excavated basement creates space for a sunken living room and dining platform
Witty vignettes, irreverent colour palettes and artworks add dramatic layers that evolve with the house
Picture Gram Parsons and Emmy Lou Harris jamming within a haze of copal incense in this attic
The Imperial Hotel in Erskineville, Sydney has got to be one of the most incredible commercial spaces we have ever featured. This is an iconic venue in the city’s gay nightlife and one of Australia’s most revered LGBTQI safe havens, and was relaunched last year after closing down in 2015. The transformation by design firm Alexander & Co is spectacular. The space is 3 levels, with a nightclub at the lower level, a pizzeria and bar on the top floor and the ground floor consists of an open kitchen, 250-seat restaurant, private dining room, cocktail bar as well as the main bar which includes a glazed enclosure to an inner courtyard. (Photos: Anson Smart)
I am crushing so hard on this home designed by María Lladó. It is eclecticism at its finest where every corner has something unexpected and each piece tells a story. That curved sofa in the first 2 photos is incredible and something similar to what I’ve been wanting for my living room.
In quintessential Lucinda Loya style, this Texas home is filled with unique furnishings, bold use of colour and pattern, and lots of drama. Always a good time when you peek into one of her homes.