Ines Mazzotta of Kelly Hopter Interiors is a designer based in Toronto whose aesthetic I instantly fell in love with. Glamorous, Parisian chic and dramatic. Many of these photos, including the first 6, are of her 140 year old home she has transformed into an absolutely gem for her family.
I’m stalking a confection of a house in Sydney’s Watson Bay. A converted 1920’s Masonic Hall that has undergone a “Frenchification”. So many beautiful glimpses at what has been because unfortunately it has been sold for quite some time. A girl can still dream can’t she? Don’t miss the video for so much more. Link here while it lasts and if you are intertested in what it looked like when it sold in 2015 check out here.
New York’s Stephen Sills Associates does it all – exterior and interior architecture, exterior and interior lighting and landscape design, in addition to interior design. His style has an aura of grandeur, elegance and sophistication with earthy elements and calming colours to keep things grounded. Whether it be a Manhattan penthouse or a country retreat, they all speak volumes of his love for design and turning spaces into art.
European glamour with its sparkly chandeliers, ornate gilded frames, carved wood furniture and stacks of old books is a style that always captivates me. Annie Brahler-Smith of Illinois-based design firm Euro Trash does this so very well. Rustic-luxe is such a beautiful thing.
Classic and refined with an edge. Subdued yet bold, with a mix of new and vintage. Some really hot spaces by Houston based designer Benjamin Johnston.