One day when things go back to normal and the pandemic of 2020 will only be a memory, we will be able to travel again with no restrictions and visit magical places like Bordeaux, France and perhaps stay at the Yndō Hotel. Late 19th century architecture converges with modern furnishings to bring you a spectacular luxury experience.
I recently came across the interiors of Carmel Greer of District Design, based in Washington, D.C. and WOW! The drama! Who would have thought peach walls could be so drop-dead gorgeous?!?! I chose a random selection from her portfolio, ranging from dark and moody to bright and modern.
“Set in Sydney’s vibrant, inner-city suburb of Darlinghurst, this two-storey apartment has been converted from an uninspiring and unimaginative space into a luxurious retreat-like home in the heart of the city for a professional couple. From replacing the small staircase with a grander, more open design to installing dome ceilings and painting every single wall surface, this apartment underwent a major renovation to create the couple’s dream home. The home is now an inviting, light-filled space that boasts postcard-like skyline views from every room. The interior was designed with a personal collection of furniture, artwork and décor items that have been collected and curated over decades of travels both locally and globally making this residence a true home.”
A beautifully curated place for these global travellers to put up their feet and contemplate their next journey. By Marco Meneguzzi Design.
Move from the darkness into the light, from a terrace house untouched for decades into a contemporary family home. Inky blues and denims through to light white, cosy and intimate to communal these interiors by Briony Fitzgerald Design strike a perfect balance.
I love when a designer embraces the traditional and adds some personality and drama to keep it current. Some delightful eye candy from the portfolio of Edinburgh, Scotland designer Lisa Guest.