“This project combined tonal fabrics, natural materials and textures to create a calming beach retreat. Though neutral in tone, the space comes to life with the layering of plaster, travertine, rattan and linens.”
Just when you think it’s another beige on beige home BAM! pattern on pattern in the guestroom and bathroom. Stone, rattan and tropical wallpaper. What more could you want in a beachside getaway? John’s Island by Cameron Ruppert.
Photography by Stacy Zarin Goldberg
I spotted this location home (a semi-detached located in the London suburb of Sidcup) on Shoot Factory and had to share this bundle of loveliness. The neutral palette and all the bits of nature make it really calming and inviting, and the beautiful landscaping really adds to the charm. Bonus: the barn-style outbuilding with fire and separate bar is a gem for enjoying the summer months!
Think nougat with a drizzle of honey, caramel and nuts, mid-century and modern, rattan and leather. A warm and inviting penthouse apartment in a brutalist brick building in Barcelona by Alex March Studio.
Photography by Daniel Schäfer
Show houses or exhibition rooms may not always be practical. They take an idea and explore it often pushing boundaries or in this case peeling back walls. Topografías del Placer by Lorna de Santos for Casa Decor.
Chicago-based interior designer Jen Talbot sees herself as a curator of modern spaces merging art and design, modern and vintage, form and function with an edge. This Upper East Side apartment is the perfect example of her exploration of the beautiful and the unexpected.