Interior designers’ attention to detail and ability to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary is something after many years so blogging still continues to amaze me. Such is the case with the 1,750 sq ft Park Avenue apartment of designer Wesley Moon. It was bland and uninspiring and he went all out with onyx and marble and gilded wall panels and de Gournay wallpaper and gilded glass and cerused wood. It was transformed into his own version of the Vatican. Or a museum. (Check out the before/after pics)
Photos: Pernille Loof
Vibrant, courageous, curated, elegant, bold, whimsical… the former Atlanta home of interior designer Danielle Rollins was about as unique as they come. Her attention to detail and ability to blend so many colours and patterns and styles….it’s incredible and takes soooo much talent.
Oh yes this Spanish apartment is filled with light but it’s designer Luis Puerta‘s magical touch that brings it to life. He has a taste for simple luxury with natural finishes and carefully curated pieces while negative space plays an important role. A neutral nirvana in Madrid.
There are the lucky few who live in Paris. There are the luckier few who live in a Haussmannian apartment with its sugar icing plaster details, beautiful floors and towering windows and doors. Then there are the luckiest few of all who live in a Haussmannian apartment renovated by Parisian interior designer Véronique Cotrel of L’agence Véronique Cotrel where the marriage between old and new is sublime. Majestic and welcoming. Historic yet perfectly attuned to contemporary living.
This type of classic, pared down style really speaks to me. It’s so beautiful and each space reads like a piece of art. This would be what I do in my fourth house 😉 Designed by Atlanta based Anna Booth Interiors.