“Working with a Grade II listed property like this one on Harley Street pushed us to design within the confines of a 1750s layout and its 19th c. alterations. The end result was a marriage of styles that highlight the property’s historical qualities within a 21st century palette.”
And isn’t a successful marriage what we all desire? The beautiful Harley Street project by Red Deer.
Photography by Billy Bolton.
Chicago interior designer Crystal Blackshaw turned this drab older home into an exuberant, playful, approachable space with the help of some paint, tile, wallpaper, bamboo blinds and some warm and graphic fabrics. What a stunner!
Dream loft alert! Curved ceiling moldings, picture-frame moldings, chevron hardwood floors, panelled doors, brass kitchen counter/sink/backsplash (!!!), oak panelling, a bathroom of epic proportions thanks to book-matched Calacatta Paonazzo marble…. Designed by Meyer Davis.
Emilie Fournet Interiors used some really moody and dramatic colours in this renovated home in Hackney, London. It’s quite an amazing thing, how paint can really elevate a space and help create a mood.
Colour and charm, exuberance and personality, family and formality. A multitude of gathering spaces for a family and their friends in this Wilmette Victorian renovation by Chicago-based Jen Talbot Design.