Mid-century sensitivities, outside in living and a killer collection of art and furniture. Amidst a sea of beige this East Hampton mid-century modern home by New York-based David Scott Interiors is visually refreshing and extremely functional.
It’s not just how wonderfully cool this Barcelona apartment would be in the Spanish heat but how fabulously cool (as in awesome) it is. White walls on white tiles, rooms that open and close, walls of books and a terrace that beckons just past the doors. Simplicity and authenticy. Monterols by interior designers Conti, Cert.
Photography by Salva López
Stories start in all sorts of places. 1892 Piggott Castle’s story began. Using double thick brick exterior walls with 11 ft ceilings and 9 ft windows mirroring architecture from Rome’s seven hills, Piggott built his sanctuary. Fast forward to 1979, current owners saved, restored and treasured the castle. Now, it is available in all its historically cool glory. Once in a lifetime opportunity to own. The only registered castle in Portland. Brace yourself for a world filled with phenomenal views and inspirational living.
I never imagined I would find a castle for sale in Portland, Oregon but I had a good chuckle reading that it’s the only one. The rooms seem a little small and awkward shaped and the carpeting is really unfortunate but other than those details this is one fabulous home!!! Listing via James Edition.
When I stumbled upon this majestic home for sale in a small town in the south of France called Cintegabelle, my heart skipped a beat. This is what I have been dreaming about for many years. A home that is historic, with modern touches throughout where the 2 blend so beautifully and effortlessly. Add in an orangerie with massive columns, the beautifully landscaped grounds and access to a river and it quite literally my idea of heaven. Listing via Selection Habitat.
“A complete interior and exterior remodel of a Paul Sterling Hoag home in Los Angeles, California. Restrained yet warm, we began calling this gem the ‘Zen Treehouse’ because of its treeline views and great vibes. The interior floor plan and finishes were reimagined to reflect a modern-day aesthetic while continuing to pay respect to Hoag’s iconic architecture.”
Greencraig, a 1963 mid century sensitively refurbed by Meg Eisenberg.