When each room has its own presence and special touches, and really draws you in. This stunning home located in Long Island, NY was designed by Lisa Hershman of Abaca Interiors. It consisted of a complete renovation and extension for a young family moving to the suburbs. The goal was to combine classic architecture with a modern sensibility in furnishings. The result is a really current look that imbues a strong sense of elegance. (Architect: Nathan Laubach, Contractor: Draghi Contracting, Photography and Styling: Stylish Productions)
L’Artigianato is a design firm founded in Milan by Chicago-born Eric Egan. For every project, Eric artfully marries his in-depth passion and knowledge for the history of interior decoration with expertly considered design that feels fresh for the modern day. Eric crafts each interior to tell a unique story that weaves together elements of the client, the setting, and the property itself. His interior landscapes, uniting the practicalities of hotel design with the beauty of residential sophistication, speak only of the highest comfort, quality and elegance, finely balancing the ultimate in luxury with tasteful restraint. Each of his spaces is magazine-worthy, refined, polished, with not-so-subtle hints of European flair.
I’ve been following artist & designer Josh Young on Instagram for some time now and realized we haven’t featured him on the blog – until now. Based in Washington, his style is heavily influenced by several years he spent in Milan. It has distinctive European, old world elements mixed with a bit of sophisticated modernity and always very neutral. So very pleasing to the eye.
Welcome to the jaw-droppingly gorgeous home in The Hague of internationally sought-after contemporary Spanish painter Lita Cabellut. What was a former warehouse/antique store in the 18th century is now an exquisite example of a restore project that was done soooooo right. I am blown away at the beauty of every room. And make sure you pay attention to the kitchen sink! (translated from the article: The old marble basin comes from royal gardens and was originally used to clean and wash the roses with which the palace bouquets would later be made). Via Elle Decor Spain. (Photos: Pablo Sarabia)