I’m stalking in Sydney’s inner suburb of Surry Hills, walking through its historic streets indulging my love of 19th century terrace houses. Behind this grey facade is a house with a flipped floor plan, living on the top, bedrooms on the bottom. It’s not the floor plan change that drew me in. It’s the bright, white interiors punctuated with tribal carpets and pillows, the artwork and a lovely, simple dining room. Link here while it lasts.
L.A. based interiors firm Alexander Design create spaces that are personal, luxurious and livable. Their work is a mix of contemporary, custom and vintage pieces, richly layered and carefully curated. It’s all about relaxed family living that is stylish yet functional, chic yet authentic, effortlessly elegant. A neutral colour palette is the jumping off point for this beachside home but it’s the layer upon layer of texture that is the star.
“Tracy Morris breathes life into rooms, giving them unexpected flavor. Her inspired dynamic interiors showcase her clients’ personalities and passions and empower them to look within and create a home that is their own true reflection.”
A neutral palette doesn’t mean boring. This home is warm and welcoming, sophisticated but not pretentious. beautiful light, beautiful furnishings, beautiful living.
This retrofit of a family apartment in the Jardim Botânico area of Rio de Janeiro is all about the luxury of staying home. Think comfort, softness, the perfect place to bring together family and friends in the oasis of the home. Serene and stylish. Residência DF by BC Arquitetos
Rooms that are incredibly stylish and profoundly functional, that’s the style mantra of New York based interior designer Amie Weitzman. This Greenwich Village home is clean lined and classic, modern and beautifully edited. A color palette of greys is accented with pale woods and rich cognac leather while layered textures increase the sense of warmth. A key to the success of the rooms are the statement art pieces adding life to the spaces.