Dark and dramatic, moody and marvellous this Woollahra cottage by interior architect Phoebe Nicol is like a stage set perfect for playing out your everyday life with panache. A wall of mirror increases the sense of space in the narrow house while a carefully curated collection of antique and contemporay furniture pices, artwork and objet plays against the dark walls. In contrast the bedroom is light yet soft, a personal oasis.
Maybe not the top of the world but how about a stellar view from this Greenwich Peninsula apartment? And the cereal? Why it’s a collaboration between Cereal Magazine and Conran. Featuring contemporary and vintage pieces in a moody grey setting of concrete, stone and dark timbers the Cereal ABODE is for sale via Aucoot.
Photos by Rich Stapleton
This 40 m² apartment in Moscow is a flawless example of how to maximize space when there isn’t much to work with. Cartelle Design used a grey base and added bits of colour with a bold AF yellow bed and platform, a red mirror in the hallway and pretty pink tile in the bathroom. High ceilings and large windows across the apartment help to make it feel larger and loft-like. Love this.
If you’re a fan of glamourous and dramatic interiors with a feminine touch I think you’re going to love this renovated apartment by Lyon, France designer Claude Cartier. Pink, grey, black, white and an unexpected touch of blue make for a beautiful colour palette. If I didn’t love Cole & Son’s Fornasetti Nuvolette wallpaper before I’m now DYING to use it on a ceiling. Also, the photo above is a great example of hot to use paint in a simple yet unique way. STUNNING!!!
I had to share another project by Minina Design that caught my eye. I REALLY love that they carried the yellow and grey throughout the 63 sq m apartment which makes everything flow and appear bigger than it is. And that yellow sofa against the graphic wallpaper is so fun!
Photos: Loskutov Mikhail