Terra-cotta, mustard, green and blue – such a beautiful array of colours. Since painting my dining room terra-cotta it’s one of my favourite wall colours and to walk into a home and immediately be surrounded by it….*sigh*. This entire home I just want to eat it up – especially the yellow kitchen. Not a single white wall in sight. And I’m not at all mad at that. Another to die for home designed by Reath Design. (Photos: Laure Joliet)
Matthew Monroe Bees‘ interiors are OTT Southern maximalism with a touch of traditionalism and elegance that isn’t at all pretentious.
Getting out of bed in the morning would be easy if making my morning heart starter coffee took place in this bright and funky 70s influenced Kitchen. Is that a Tequila Sunrise tiled wall I see? Delor Kitchen by Los Angeles-based Aker Interiors.
Photography by Jess Isaac
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 stylish. Beauty Block by Melbourne-based Bergman & Co.
I hope to one day find myself with a home that needs serious renovations, where I make decisions on what original details should stay and mix it with clean lines of modern architecture. This apartment in the Literary Quarter of Madrid has beautiful textured walls and beams maintained from the original 1900 structure and it really makes the space that much more unique and intriguing. Designed by Marisa González-Llanos, via Elle Decor Spain, photos by Pablo Sarabia.