I’m mostly posting this home for that reading nook (painted in Apple Smiles by Paint & Paper Library). I would spend all winter curled up in there with a candle, a magazine and a cup of tea. Designed by Rosanna Bossom. Photos: Mike Garlick.
I am not typically drawn to homes that are “unattainable” like this one in Central London which apparently went on the market in the spring for $72 million (?!?!?!) but Albion Nord kept the feel in here pretty casual considering the price point (which was listed with the furnishings included) and I am in love with the earthy, moody colours used so I opted to share regardless. Photos: Kensington Leverne
I dream of having a library that doubles as a dining room. Include it in a Paris apartment with tall ceilings, large windows, beautiful cornicing, a marble fireplace and painted in the prettiest shade of blue and I will never get this space out of my head. Designed by Kasha Paris. Photos: Inda Lindhag
Light-filled and fabulous this Madrid apartment by Espejo & Goyanes celebrates the historic bones of the building but adds a refined contemporary sophistication. Natural wood tones combine with brighter than bright whites while golden metals and black accents punctuate the scheme.
Photography by Montse Garriga Grau.
Timeless elegance meets vintage chic in this Madrid apartment. With its restrained, neutral colour palette, effortless style and celebration of natural materials such as stone, wood and linen Madrid-based Estudio María Santos has created a home full of personality and élan.
Photography by Montse Garriga