This is bit more traditional than I typically gravitate towards, but the green and blue colour scheme that New York City based designer CeCe Barfield selected for this project is really beautiful. I’m also smitten with her “worldly” touches that adds an eclectic vibe.
We have featured several projects by French design firm Agence Véronique Cotrel (the latest and unforgettable one was here) and this was is a must-share. The colour green is a favourite of mine and I love how it is used quite liberally throughout the main floor. The firm opened up this downtown Paris home creating larger spaces and much more light coming in from the garden (with the help of some newly added French doors). The floors were all redone and arches added into the kitchen (that include mirrors to keep the space open). Many more changes were made to make this home really beautiful and functional.
I thought, at first, that it was the light filled living areas. Perhaps it was the cheery bathing facilities. It wasn’t long though before I had to own the truth. It was that colourful kitchen that had me green with envy. Woodley Terrace by Montgomery, Alabama interior designer Ashley Gilbreath.
Hubert Zandberg is at it again, creating jaw-dropping eye candy in this Notting Hill townhouse. Hubert Zandberg Interiors were commissioned to create a functional home for a young family which required a complete renovation and redesign of the property. Carefully considered spatial planning was essential in order to ensure the home embodied a sense of openness and flow whilst maximising the practical use of the space. HZI stripped back the property entirely to allow for the new and improved layout to accommodate the family of 5 and a guest bedroom. Additionally, a new bespoke kitchen, bathrooms, custom-made joinery and architectural features were incorporated. An eclectic aesthetic approach was employed to refer to the cultural melting pot that is Golborne & Portobello Road whilst also encapsulating the client’s strong sense of style and unique taste. Incorporating a mix of the homeowner’s art collection & decorative objects sourced by HZI from the Notting Hill markets, resulted in a space which captures the feeling of stepping off the street and into a home’s interior that reflects the colourful world outside.
This apartment may be small but it has everything a plant lover could need (aside from maybe a garden LOL). The yellow/green/chartreuse-y shades colours bring it all to life and add so much energy. It’s amazing what paint can do. And plants. Another project by Studio Paradisiartificiali.