Displaying posts labeled "Elegant"

This Paris home is brimming with elegance, sophistication and a little funk. The bathroom alone is worth its weight in gold…or purple marble. It’s so OTT fabulous. By French architects and interior designers Daniel and Michel Bismut.

Colour + glam

Posted on Wed, 13 Nov 2019 by KiM

Colour + pattern + texture + glam finishes in a house that is exquisite to begin with = this stunning project by Bailey Austin Bird. I’m dying over that marble foyer floor.

Photos: Laurey Glenn

Inspired by grand Parisian apartments and the elegance of Art Deco this Sydney residence is impressive not only for its luxury finishes and attention to detail but for its location right in the CBD. A trophy apartment for sure but I’d like to soften its edges just a little, warm it up a tad. A luxurious silk rug across those striking floors, a few more stand out art works. For sale here while the link lasts.


Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 19 Oct 2019 by midcenturyjo

I say it time and time again. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it is somewhere incredibly stylish.  Case in point, these refined corporate headquarters by Atlanta-based Susan Ferrier Interiors.

Casual elegance with a neutral palette

Posted on Wed, 16 Oct 2019 by KiM

I can’t seem to bring myself to do neutral colour palettes in my home, but if I were to I would want it to be just like this, a former Governer’s home in Massachusetts designed by Lisa Tharp. Lots of white and creamy shades with black for a casual yet elegant vibe. A crisp white envelope is an atmospheric backdrop to a mix of European antiques and custom furnishings. New architectural features, inside and out, were designed to marry recent additions to the original structure’s classical proportions.  Couture furnishings from Lisa Tharp Collection add form to function while the seating is dressed in soft yet practical indoor/outdoor fabrics. Marble fireplaces were preserved in the matching dining and living rooms. A graphic new stencil wakes up original wide plank flooring in the main entry, and sets the stage for a family home that is welcoming and casual.