“We designed this model apartment for The Belnord, a historic luxury residential building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The building’s rich past influenced the mix of old and new in the 4-bedroom space. Customized furnishings and fixtures, along with antique and vintage pieces, bring the character of the spaces to life.”
The apartment may be in the Big Apple but the look is la française. The Belnord by New York-based Anna Karlin who not only designs furniture and lighting but everything from digital and print to interiors and set design.
Photography by Adrian Gaut
Styling by Colin King
Are you tripping out over the marble details in this Ile de la Cité, Paris apartment by Studio Henry? I know I am. Seriously sexy.
Photography by Studio Henry and Katja Rahwles
“Curiosity and experimentation are two fundamental principles directing the studio’s approach to shape, texture and color, while always unifying spacial constraints to give birth to unique environments.”
Yes it’s true Paris-based interior design firm Batiik Studio are curious and experimental in their approach to the rooms they create but that doesn’t mean their work is slapdash and half baked. It’s the fine details that stand out for me here. The pattern in the concrete floor, the waves in wood and concrete in the bedrooms and the way they meet other surfaces, the lighting, the shelving, the table. I could go on and on. It’s all in the details.
Photpgraphy by BCDF Studio
This apartment in Milan (of fashion designer Federica Vieros) has many elements that really speak to me so I had to share. Swoon-worthy architecture, unique colour and wallpaper choices, and a covetable collection of vintage lighting, furnishings and accessories make this home absolutely delightful. Via sköna hem.
Photos: Maxime Galati-Fourcade and Laura Fantacuzzi / Living Inside
The dreamiest wall of built-in bookcases, mid-century vibes and accents in what you might say is Bachman Brown‘s signature colour of blue make this Greenwich Village apartment cozy and cohesive. I also really love the ochre shade of the bedroom walls.
Photos: Mark Roskams