If the last project by LyonsKelly didn’t quite knock your socks completely off…
After completion of our project Adelaide, the clients asked us to design a garden room, built separately from the house. It is intended to be a multi-purpose building, used most often as guest accommodation. The appearance of this room is of a Victorian orangery with large expanses of south-facing glass in a brick structure with a slated roof. The steel windows face south across the garden and maximise light. A large piece of built-in furniture contains a galley kitchen, TV cabinet and library.
It has been a little while since we shared a project by Polish design firm Loft Kolasiński. Bauhaus Villa 1936 is a 250m2 home located in the town of Konstancin-Jeziorna. The firm, who was responsible for interior design, parts of furniture, stairs, fireplace, interior woodwork, renovation of vintage furniture and accessories, turned this home into a modern, book lover’s dream with such incredible attention to detail as I have come to expect from them. I love the repetition of circles throughout the home – so fun! (Photos: Joel Hauck, furniture made by Woodmaker, Woodeffect)
This space in Madrid is so beautifully curated. Layered maximalism, a museum-like quality and an air of elegance make this space really sing. Designed by Ramon Garcia Jurado. (Photos: Montse Garriga)
Not the first colour that comes to mind when you’re designing your kitchen but I’m loving the cabinetry in this kitchen and scullery by Plain English. The colour is Plain English’s ‘Rusty Nail’, the perfect foil for the textured walls, copper sink and all that lovely linen.
Let’s start the weekend with a little riot … of colour and pattern that is. Don’t let those beige rendered walls fool you. It’s all about floral wallpaper, Indian block print, vibrant suzani and bold stripes in this Madrid apartment by Marta de la Rica. Guaranteed to put a smile on your face.