Bold colours slathered over most of the walls and ceilings with a layered, English country vibe in the decor really make this home in North Sydney, Australia incredibly inviting and a pleasure for the senses. Designed by Lisa Burdus.
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.
Scandinavian, modern, minimalist vibes are evident throughout this Haussmannian apartment in Paris that was completely renovated by Hélène Pinaud and Julien Schwartzmann of architecture firm Heju. They preserved as many original details as possible, and moved the kitchen such that it became the central gathering spot. The pink marble countertop is beautifully subtle and I adore the added curve in the island which is then mimicked in the cabinet hardware and light fixture.
Bathrooms need not be mundane. London-based Boundary Space has designed these colourful (all be it extravagant) bathrooms to put a smile on your face. Think glamour, luxury and decadence in pink and green.
I am curious… if you purchased a very old home with loads of character, complete with peeling wallpaper, peeling paint, original doors and windows etc…..how much would you want to keep vs salvage and live with? Kudos to the owners of this home in Pau, France (Lisa and Julien Ménard and their 5 kids) for maintaining much of the period details. Stripping it of its history would have been cruel. (Via The Socialite Family, photos by Eve Campestrini)