Lots of brightness and warmth in this Michigan home designed by Jean Stoffer. It is a wonderful example of how to break up lots of white with some dark moments. The black front door, the dark kitchen coffee bar, the charcoal tile and millwork in the mudroom, the navy wainscotting and ceiling in the dining room, the dark green nursery…. all add drama and coziness.
I love this really pretty apartment in Madrid, home to Paula Ordovás, fashion journalist, influencer and blogger at Mypeeptoes. A pink sofa, brass accents, ornate mirrors and chandeliers give this space a feminine glam vibe. Some fun vintage finds are throughout – my favourite being the brass palm tree lamp from the 40’s in the photo above. SO FUN! Via Nuevo Estilo, photos by Pablo Sarabia.
For the moment city living is working for me…. But give me a cabin in the woods, and a modernized 1974 A-frame at that, and I think I could make the switch quite easily. Maybe just for weekends so I could enjoy the best of both worlds? Sounds like the perfect plan 🙂 This stunner is located 1.5 hours outside of San Francisco, designed by Studio PLOW.
Photos: Suzanna Scott
I think I have died and gone to heaven. This home I spotted on sköna hem is so incredibly beautiful with floor to ceiling architectural moldings (including a coffered ceiling unlike any I have ever seen) and when painted dark grey, they are even more dramatic and modern. Add in some modern furniture and lighting (the owners clearly have a thing for Knoll’s Saarinentulip tables and Flos lights) and this is a total dream.
Photos: Jonas Ingerstedt (House of Pictures)
Georgia-based Terracotta Design Build Co. have an absolutely stellar portfolio filled with some of the most beautiful kitchens I’ve ever seen, so I thought I would start off this feature with some of them, and follow those up with other enviable spaces. Each one has design elements that really pop, from bold uses of colour to architectural details and built-ins.