I really should stop real estate stalking. More to the point I really should stop lurking on The Modern House‘s website. Then I wouldn’t be blown away by this industrial repurposing. The amazing space was a once a brewery cooperage in Clerkenwell. Be still my beating heart. It’s my industrial ideal. But it’s not only the closed borders thanks to corona virus that are stopping me from buying this amazing home. It’s the price tag of £7,250,000. Sigh!
“The clients desired ‘quiet simplicity’, which became the core of our brief, an essay in balance, quietly telling a story.”
A pared back sophistication with a restrained colour palette, luxurious yet subtle materials and a nod to the buildings Art Deco heritage. Quiet simplicity and quite beautiful. Woollahra Residence by Sydney-based Tom Mark Henry.
Photography by Damian Bennett
“Circus-like frivolity is conveyed with elegant strength via eclectic patterns and motifs.”
Vivid. Graphic. Bold. A contemporary apartment with a raspberry ripple repeat. “Crane in the Sky”, a Walsh Bay, Sydney apartment packing a colour punch and a luxurious material palette in just 200 sq m by interior design studio YSG.
One more from Intimate Living Interiors. One more because I love the calm, the sense of stylish oasis in their rooms. One more because who could resist the rustic meets chic of this renovated Spanish bungalow.
A vacation home for family and friends on San Juan Island north of Seattle. What a wonderful getaway and what beautiful interiors by Kylee Shintaffer. Think timeless with a warm neutral palette, add pops of watery blues and layer upon layer of natural textures. A carefully curated blend of the new, the old and the wonderfully unique. Then there’s the view.