I spotted this home on Elle Decor Spain and knew it was a MUST share. Located in Vejer de la Frontera, a Spanish hilltop town and municipality in the province of Cádiz, Andalusia, it is the summer residence of designer Gaspar Sobrino, and is a maximalist’s dream. The beautiful tile floors, unique chandeliers, artwork and rooftop terrace make this home really special.
It won’t surprise you after scrolling through these photos that London-based designer Susan Deliss designs her own range of fabrics and sells ikats, silk embroideries, kilims, velvets and linens, antique, vintage and new. One-off furniture, both antique and made to order and upholstered in Susan Deliss’s fabrics are complemented by limited edition cushions and hand-made and lined silk lampshades, decorative objects and fine art. Her portfolio has me desperately wanting to add so many pretty patterns in my home, which I tend to shy away from. Clearly I am missing out.
Matthew Monroe Bees‘ interiors are OTT Southern maximalism with a touch of traditionalism and elegance that isn’t at all pretentious.
This space in Madrid is so beautifully curated. Layered maximalism, a museum-like quality and an air of elegance make this space really sing. Designed by Ramon Garcia Jurado. (Photos: Montse Garriga)
You know the room, the good one, the one at the front of the house you never use. You’re always out the back in the family room while the good room gathers dust. Not if the good room is styled by Simone Haag. Think 70s funky meets contemporary chic in a room lined with rich Edwardian wood panelling and whimsical wallpaper. It’s vibrant, it’s fun and it’s definitely not a musty, dusty Good Room.
Photography by Dylan James