French style as only the French can do. Chic, sophisticated, considered. An oh-so-stylish apartment near the Bois de Boulogne by Paris-based Sandra Benhamou.
A twinkle of light at the end of the laneway as night draws in promises welcoming interiors, warm and cozy. The rooms in this stone cottage are layered with texture, colour and pattern bringing an effortless, elegant comfort to schemes. Gloucestershire by Olivine Design.
And for a bit more of Tamsin Johnson‘s gorgeous and unique home. What appears to be the lower level hangout space with lounge spaces, bar, pool, library, and the loveliest bathroom. Just when you thought it could not get any better….
“A stunning second home for a lovely semi-retired couple, their gorgeous dog and family and friends. With an easy open plan layout, improved areas of storage and a new cosy welcoming interior, this is now a cottage that will be very difficult to leave at the end of the weekend.”
With its timeless mix of natural materials, antiques and a subdued powdery paint scheme this cottage in Wiltshire explores texture, light and space. So calm, so inviting. Bedwyn House by Emma Milne Interiors.
“A renovation of a 1912 Villa to bring it into the 21st Century and make it comfortable for family life (after being a student flat for 25 years). Wall linings were replaced and repainted as was the kitchen, architraves and skirting were reinstated , heating/cooling was installed and the floors were painted.”
Breathing new life into a tired old home. Fresh, contemporary and fun. Further renovations are to come but what a great beginning. Sackville 2019 by Auckland-based Dessein Parke.
Photography by Sam Hartnett