This Notting Hill apartment designed by Vanrenen GW Designs is a bit of a modern approach to classic English style with the prettiest shades of pink, blue, green and yellow. So many beautiful patterns too. I’ve taken to spending what little free time I have scouring Etsy for any patterned textiles. I’m obsessed 🙂
It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Elementa Stockholm by Studio Hilda.
Los Angeles interior designer Lauren Piscione of LP Creative created such a beautiful oasis for herself in this rental home in Silver Lake that sits up in a canopy of leaves. I adore the earthy calm of the space, the casualness, the faux concrete wall, all the vintage fabrics…. (Photos: Michael Clifford)
The last time I featured interior designer Laura Stephens’ work it was a quintessential English townhouse. All wallpaper and chintz, overstuffed armchairs and family antiques, lamps with pleated shades on tables, entry hallways leading the eye to stairs with runners, country-style kitchens and roll-top baths. Now if we just add a Cotswold stone historic cottage in an area of outstanding beauty, what do you get? Why just about everyone’s vision of the perfect country bolthole. Welcome to Well Cottage in the Cotswolds.
It’s the meeting of two halves. It’s traditional and contemporary, country and coastal, colour and pattern, farmhouse and now event and accommodation space. The whole is a country house chock full of personality and style, strong and bold. Greyleigh in Kiama north of Sydney by Duet.
Photography by Anson Smart