I have never seen a more vivacious, flamboyant, vivid and spirited home than that of creative consultant Max Hurd in collaboration with designer Benedict Foley. This Victorian terrace house in London could not be more fun and energizing. The attention to detail and the somewhat random colours used throughout his home….someone with a home like this must have such a wonderful outlook on life. I want to be his friend. Photos by Boz Gagovski via House & Garden.
Classic, antique furnishings with really bold and unique colour combinations is how Garrow Kedigian created drama in this Turtle Bay, NYC townhome. Primary colours never looked so fabulous. Photos: Trevor Parker.
This 1937 home in West Point, Georgia was designed by architect Henry Toombs and restored and a guest house added by designer David Frazier. I love the classic vibes and antiques mixed with casual earthy elements (ie. a plethora of rugs) and appreciate that he left some original features intact, like the tongue and groove paneling in the primary bedroom. Such a beautiful, timeless home. (Photos: Gieves Anderson)
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.
I am essentially rendered speechless over this absolutely spectacular home designed by Sydney-based Duet. The beautiful colours, shapes, textures, attention to detail and a serious case of marble-itis. Modern art deco-esque interior and a really unique and fun exterior make this home a dream.