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Rich colours and layers

Posted on Wed, 15 Dec 2021 by KiM

If you are going to embrace colour and pattern in your home, I saw GO ALL OUT. And this is how you do it. Patterns in florals, leopard, ikat and more, and colours in the richest, yummiest shades of raspberry, teal, mustard, plum, pink…. you’d think the owners are some extravagant, eccentric, worldly couple who have lived here 80 years. This London apartment was designed impeccably by Patrick Mele. (Photos: Miguel Flores-Vianna)

“The decor of 86 Cannon provides a refreshing twist on traditional Charleston elegance. Rooms combine mid-century finishes with classic French elements, and throughout the property, there’s an ambience of updated Southern luxury.”

Besty Berry of B. Berry Interiors has created a design that honours the building’s history while adding luxury touches in this small boutique hotel in the heart of Charleston, South Carolina. The three rooms (and a garden suite) are intimate and cosy, just perfect for a weekend away.

A colourful seaside house

Posted on Mon, 11 Oct 2021 by midcenturyjo

A colourful family seaside home and not a coastal cliche in sight. Think fun and fabulous, open plan and private spaces, orange and red, green and blue and don’t forget the yellow. An eclectic richness carefully curated to seem effortless and welcoming. Seaside House by London-based Studio Ashby.

Lots of colour and mediums in a Sydney home

Posted on Mon, 4 Oct 2021 by KiM

Aside from every colour under the sun being incorporated into this 200 sq m 1960s Sydney home you also have exposed brick, mural painted on brick, ‘crazy pavers’ flooring, tile, marble, white cork etc. making this home as dynamic and energizing as can be. It is utterly fascinating how design firm YSG managed to turn chaos into something really special. (Photos: Prue Ruscoe, Styling: Alicia Sciberras)

Glin Castle in Ireland

Posted on Sun, 3 Oct 2021 by KiM

Glin Castle is an incredible 20,000 square foot, 14th century, 18-bedroom, 18-bath Georgian house in Ireland owned by actor Dominic West, his wife Catherine Fitzgerald and 2 of her sisters (having been in their family since it’s creation). They have lovingly restored the castle and used it as a retreat, but now it’s available to book privately. What an absolutely breathtaking piece of history. (Photos: Claire Bingham for Architectural Digest, Andrew Montgomery for House & Garden, and the Glin castle website)