Hollywood Regency meets Palm Springs mid mod in this Indian Wells (one town over from Palm Springs) mid century gem. We all know that mid century houses can take themselves a little too seriously but not in this Californian desert house. Colour, pattern and furniture choice make for a vibrant, fun filled abode by Jen Samson Design.
One thing I absolutely detest in this city is how all new builds are designed to look modern regardless of the neighbourhood and surrounding architecture. I love that this home is a new build and was designed to look like an English village, despite being located in Austin, Texas. And the result is bright (except the kitchen – which is WOW) and inviting and beautiful inside and out. Designed by Fern Santini. (Architecture: Mell Lawrence Architects; Builder: Santini Construction; Photos: Douglas Friedman)
Mid century meets modern meets fabulous art collection. The stuff of dreams by the master himself Jamie Bush. I think I need a sit down and a restorative cup of tea after immersing myself in this amazing home.
This Charleston, North Carolina Georgian home exudes character the second you walk in the front door. The homeowners (Jordan Kruse and his husband James Hewlette) wanted a ‘masculine southern’ vibe and designer Elly Poston delivered with grasscloth wallpaper, a glossy green bar, lots of blue, and black accents. Such fabulous attention to detail.
Contemporary meets rustic in this Madrid apartment by Las Perelli. Think a restrained colour palette of off whites and sands, a mix of vintage and modern pieces, shiny metals against linen and rattan and always light-filled rooms with floaty curtains skimming floors.
Photography by Montse Garriga