“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.
“A sunbeam streams through a window, changing the colors of every surface in the room and casting a lace of shadows across the floor. There is an emotional charge to every object and furnishing you see; a function, a provenance, a humanity. You feel not just sheltered, but anchored, and when you’re not here, you feel the pull to return again and again. This is the highest expression of ‘place’, to be fully supported in your purpose and potential.”
That’s what Tatum Kendrick and Studio Hus believe. It may sound a little high falutin but you know it’s not. It’s what we all aspire to, the sense of place, our place. It’s why we surround ourselves with what we love, how we want to live. Studio Hus took a developer spec white box in Manhattan and amped it up. The result is moody, modern and inviting, a place I would be happy to call my own.
A cursory glance at this Southampton’s house with its gabled roof line and greying shingles might lead you to expect an interior chock full of blue and white patterns, white painted furniture, sisal rugs on whitewashed floors and driftwood chandeliers. Perhaps some chrome and glass lantern style lighting and a sizeable collection of Chinese urns. Open the door to this house and you’re in for quite a surprise. Statement designer furniture from the 60s to the 80s, modern art, colour, metal and lucite. It’s like a well curated 1stdibs dealer’s showroom and you know what? It works. Fun, fabulous, personality packed, the perfect place to retreat to if your idea of Hamptons style is more style than “Hamptons”. Waterfront Estate by Frampton Co.