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. East Bay by Jen Langston Interiors.
This sprawling home with the most epic views is located in Glen Ellen, California and is another project by those talented Hommeboys. Indoor/outdoor living is essential with a location like this, and the organic materials used throughout really do help bring nature indoors. Absolutely stunning.
“SWDS was enlisted to create the interiors and exterior living spaces of this brilliant Taalman Koch Architecture project. The steel, glass and concrete home, sits on the side of the mountain overlooking Santa Barbara and the ocean. The clients love to entertain family and friends, and were committed to the ideal of true indoor outdoor living. They also, wanted a warm and rustic feel, rather than the typical austere choices that are typically made with this type of architecture.”
Simply elegant living with a mid century modern vibe. West Mountain by Sarah Walker Design Studio.
A celebration of the beauty of age, of patina, of a wonky wall and a sloping floor. A sympathetic embrace of history, a simple life, solid comfort and cosiness. The old is new but not made new. For me, it’s love at first sight. New England farmhouse by Los Angeles interior designer Kristen Panitch.
Phase 2 of this Mediterranean modern makeover by Haus Love. Bedroom, bathroom and powder rooms. A beautiful exploration of textile, earthy pops in white rooms, warm timber highlights and glorious tile. Anyone else in love with the grey powder room? Swoon.