Nestled in Byron Bay’s laid-back hinterland, this Newrybar house stands as a tribute to timeless rural living, harmoniously merging an existing barn with a contemporary extension. Vintage furniture and global influences inform the design by interior designer Jase Sullivan. A hip home in a hip holiday destination.
Photography by Michael Lean.
Built in 1707, this Queen Anne country house in Oxfordshire is home to designer Samantha Todhunter who designed it with many unexpected and magnificent touches that add to its charm. Staircase walls lined with turquoise paperbacked silk, with the stairs covered in Diane von Furstenberg’s ‘Climbing Leopard’ carpet, Phillip Jeffries red grasscloth paper in the drawing room, kitchen cabinetry in one of my favourite colurs – Farrow & Ball’s Setting Plaster, a glossy dark blue study and the list goes on. (Some photos by Simon Brown)
Bespoke pale pink and blue walls, a kitchen decorated with turrets and finials, murals and tree wallpapers mix with antique and vintage furniture to create the prettiest, eclectic Victorian home in east London designed by Rachel Chudley. I love that it’s precious but not too precious and the colours are sooo soothing. Photos: Paul Massey
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. Coco & Lola, Manly by Esoteriko.
Often when you see a designer creating a space for an art collector it gives off very “museum” vibes but not in this newly renovated Paris apartment. Hauvette & Madani designed this space to showcase the art with many unique and sculptural pieces of furniture and brought back the Haussmannian features that add so much charm. The result is a really welcoming, cozy and has a really playful energy. I am in love with the retro-vibing pink and green kitchen. Photos: François Coquerel