It may only be a one bedroom cottage but what it lacks in size it makes up for with its stylish, modern country vibe. Plank walls, natural materials, well loved vintage pieces and a gentle light flowing in through mulipaned windows. A wonderful weekend getaway or a special home for one … or two. Blout Springs Bungalow by Heather Chadduck Interiors.
Photography by Laurey Glenn
A home with beautiful architecture calls for beautiful decor. The neutral colour palette, sumptuous furnishings, and a mix of old and new make this home very easy on the eye. Classy yet cozy and warm. Another project by Indianapolis firm Haus Love Interiors.
Quality over quantity, less is more, functionality as well as beauty. Houston- based interior designer Jill Egan Interiors may hold these as her design mantras but these sophisticated and chic spaces prove more than anything that beauty reigns supreme.
Are you dreaming of an overseas getaway? I know I am. Sadly the international borders are closed so a dream it will remain … for now. In the meantime this fabulous Bali holiday home will provide all the inspiration I need. The perfect retreat from an imperfect world. By design and artisan collective My Shrine Interiors.
Christopher Kent of Studio CAK turned this apartment in the Palmolive building in downtown Chicago into a chic Parisian pad. A gut renovation, lots of ballsy colour choices (that kitchen OMGGGGG) and sculptural furnishings really add a WOW factor here. This is a “I would not touch a thing” sitch.
Photos: Aimée Mazzenga