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A double-height void is the centrepiece of this extension to an Edwardian house by De Rosee Sa. The Dulwich home is in an area with strict heritage guidelines and the client wished to enhance the character of the property while remaining sympathetic to the surroundings. A wonderful example of how modern and heritage can work in harmony with each other.

Another visit with Jason Arnold

Posted on Mon, 3 May 2021 by KiM

It’s been a few years since we featured the work of Nashville interior designer Jason Arnold here and here, and I continue to be smitten with his spaces that are sophisticated yet livable, classy and timeless, old mixed with new.

Neutral sophistication 2

Posted on Fri, 30 Apr 2021 by midcenturyjo

Elegant and beautifully curated this Elizabeth Bay, Sydney apartment by Handelsmann + Khaw like the previous London apartment relies on a restrained colour palette and natural materials to imbue a sense of peace and calm in a hectic city. Chic, sophisticated and refined. Devine.

Photography by Felix Forest

OK. OK. I may have changed my mind. Not about the skill of London-based interior designers Forbes Rix but about what cottage of theirs I want. The conservatory/kitchen in this house is just what we all need in these times of social distancing. Who needs to go out?

Photography by Natalie Dinham

“We are passionate about creating unique, individual, timeless homes where warmth and functionality are paramount. We love colour combined with texture and natural materials, creating stylish, eclectic, comfortable homes where treasured possessions still have their place alongside the contemporary.”

If cottagecore is all the rage for 2021 then I’d like this cottage by Forbes Rix. A fabulous celebration of colour. Contemporary and light-filled. Traditional and eclectic.

Photography by Natalie Dinham