Tasmin at Fawn Interiors Studio reached out about her relaunched website and I discovered this project while checking it out. I’ll forever be a fan of dark and moody spaces so this one caught my attention. In the first stage of restoring (and de-modernizing) a Victorian vicarage in Oxfordshire, she started with the snug and home office. Dark walls and sumptuous velvets in the snug along with some rustic touches and new-old shutters in the office make these spaces really work.
Courtney Applebaum is an interior designer based in Los Angeles and I love her approach to design. Minimal, impactful, eclectic, elegant. A bit random – just how I like it.
The armoire in the photo below caught my attention. Must show this to handy husband. 🙂
The recently renovated Victorian terraced townhouse in London is mostly dark and dramatic, yet has alot of energy and character, perfect for a family home. Details in British Victorian homes get me EVERY time. This location home is available through Shoot Factory.
I’m not sure how we have not yet featured the designs of Chicago-based interior designer Jen Talbot before. Mixing modern and vintage, and embracing dark colours for some dramatic moodiness are elements I absolutely love. And her bathrooms are inspiration-folder worthy. So fun!!!
Dark and dramatic, moody and marvellous this Woollahra cottage by interior architect Phoebe Nicol is like a stage set perfect for playing out your everyday life with panache. A wall of mirror increases the sense of space in the narrow house while a carefully curated collection of antique and contemporay furniture pices, artwork and objet plays against the dark walls. In contrast the bedroom is light yet soft, a personal oasis.