Peter Pan was right. You don’t have to grow up. The fun can go on forever in a house like this. Angeleno Heights Residence by Los Angeles and New York based Charlap Hyman & Herrero.
What do you get when you mix a grandmillennial sensibility with a riot of colour? Not your grandmother’s parlour that’s for sure. Fresh, fun and packed with personality this Dallas home by Meredith Ellis Design celebrates the past but brings it into the present with relaxed, modern family living.
Like the golden sun in the bluest of skies, this home on Spain’s Menorca is sunny and bright. If a colour combination could make you smile this one definitely does. From the cheeriest of yellows on the outside to pops of blue, green and coral bouncing off the white walls inside the whole house is fun and fresh. Casa Xaloc by Laplace.
It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend, it helps if it’s somewhere über stylish like Jeanette and Stefan Walther’s Home Interior showroom.
Black and white with hits of vibrant green , deep blues and powder pink. It’s about the drama of contrast but also a celebration of natural material, of indoor and out, of public and private, of minimalism and exploring the local building vernacular. Most of all it’s about collaboration between Jen Langston and Heather A. Wilson Architect and of course their clients.