It’s about colour and joy as well as storage and sightlines. This handsome, four-storey Edwardian home exudes comfort and conviviality without compromising on practicality. The ground floor plan was rationalised, storage prioritised with a home for everything and everything in its home as well as lots of opportunities to display the family’s “treasures”. Stamford Brook by London-based Sarah Brown Interiors.
The south London home of designer Octavia Dickinson and her family is full of life. Lots of lively colours, patterns, artwork and antiques make this home bright, invigorating and casually comfortable. (Photos: Paul Massey & Harry Crowder)
Minimalist interiors, soft berry tones rippled through a base of white on white and a killer modern art collection. What else could you want for your inner city Sydney family home? Randwick House by interior decorator and stylist Claudia Lambert.
Photography by Hannah Blackmore
A couple of summers ago I featured a home designed by Cameron Ruppert and the post was titled ‘Maximalism with colour and pattern‘. It was bold and I was smitten. And then I saw this latest project by Cameron and my mind is BLOWN. I wish I could be this creative and ballsy with colour and pattern but it really takes a special talent and confidence to come up with combinations like this and it be THIS GOOD. (Builder: JEFFCO; Photography: Stazy Zarin Goldberg)
Next to the Vondelpark, this family residence is a mix of classic grandeur and ethnic playfulness. The marble kitchen is the heart of the house. This 5 floor villa is a mix of living areas, spa, offices and a yoga studio. We were super happy with the family, because they do love colours, wallpapers and prints with a unique twist. I love that each space is such a wonderful, vivacious mix of colours, patterns and textures. So much fun whilst maintaining a sense of elegance. Designed by Atelier ND Interior.