A calm oasis in the desert. Inviting, real, mindful. Desert Milk Adobe, a 1935 adobe brought back to life by Sarah Solis.
Photography by Shade Degges Photography
Finding this home featured on The Socialite Family made me realize that if I ever purchase a mid-century home this is how I would want to decorate it. Neutral, earthy modernism. Fabulous.
Photos: Eve Campestrini
It has been several years since we have shared the work of Alabama designer Betsy Brown. Over all these years her style has been consistent – always rooted in contemporary with classic touches, always in a palette of whites and creams with significant use of black and wood tones. Her spaces stand the test of time.
“In response to the brief from a client seeking a family home that would reflect their love of originality, quality finishes and comfort, Phoebe has delivered a living environment where textures, colour and form come together in an unique interplay. Classically timeless pieces are complemented by bespoke contemporary art anD artefacts, without sacrificing comfort, liveability or durability.”
Sometimes it’s about the elegance, sometimes the restrained palette . Sometimes it’s about the luxury of the materials and sometimes it’s a little detail like the double welt trim on the fabric covered bedroom walls. Woollahra House byPhoebe Nicol Interior Architecture.
“We work with the essence of our origins, stone, wood, ion and respect to tradition is part of our language. We study the way of life of each client, in a constant search to balance functionality and beauty in every project.
We are inspired by balance, white, light, and the mediterranean…”
Simply serene. Simply beautiful. Vivienda Zurbano by Madrid-based architecture and design studio BOA.