The Provence home of Italian interior designer and antiques dealer Enrica Stabile of Solamente Giovedi is exactly what I envision when I think of a home in the south of France countryside. It is filled with an incredible collection of antiques and vintage, and arranged picture perfectly in each room. That kitchen makes me want to cry it’s so beautiful.
Lauren Lothrop Caron of Studio Laloc added soooo much warmth, personality and inviting touches to this historic Capitol Hill, Seattle home that I could not love it more. Lots of vintage finds, the most beautiful custom made sofa in a unique fabric (‘Flying Ducks Velvet’ by Mulberry Home), a dining room wrapped in Willian Morris wallpaper, the prettiest pink bedroom….I could definitively move right in.
“This pied-à-terre in a 1920s building in Marylebone was replete with period details. The two-bedroom apartment is the London residence of a Los Angles based couple who wanted an elegant canvas to display their growing contemporary art collection. The residence had incredible features to work with which provided the scheme with a sense of timelessness and character, such as original mouldings and parquet flooring. We felt it was important to blur the line between being able to tell if something was original or new which allowed us to push boundaries and flex our artistic ideas.”
Elegant and chic with clean lines and a mix of bespoke, contemporary and vintage pieces. Subtle yet sexy. Marylebone Pied-à-Terre by Maddux Creative.
Photography by Michael Sinclair
How do you take a historic 1870’s home and create an addition and gut remodel, yet have everything look as if it has always been there?
Inspiration: The romance of New Orleans courtyards, 1870’s victorian architecture, a healthy dose of color, and a splash of modernity come together to create a family home that’s steeped in history yet totally fresh.
I am sooooo in awe of the unparalleled and glamorous approach Summer Thornton took to her historic home. That peach/pink library is soooooooo gorgeous I am going to go out on a limb and say it’s one of my all-time favourite rooms. Photos: Melanie Acevedo and Werner Straube
The home of Belsize Park, London home of designer Georgina Cave of Cave Interiors is giving all the comfortable, homey vibes. A little bit dare I say “masculine” and mid-century with a kitchen that isn’t all white so I am completely in love. (Photos: Paul Massey)