Light-filled and fabulous this Madrid apartment by Espejo & Goyanes celebrates the historic bones of the building but adds a refined contemporary sophistication. Natural wood tones combine with brighter than bright whites while golden metals and black accents punctuate the scheme.
Photography by Montse Garriga Grau.
A strong, masculine scheme to match the bones of this fabulous 70s home. Brown reigns supreme as does the layering of textures and natural materials. It’s about monumental stone, soaring ceilings of timber, reflections off polished concrete floors and grass paper walls that beg you to stroke them. Retrolicious furniture completes the picture. Red Crest House by Melbourne-based interior stylist and decorator Simone Haag.
It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Sessùn Barcelona by Cobalto Studio.
Photography by Salva Lopez
Located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, the home was inspired by a playful, comfortable take on Colonial simplicity. Highlights include multiple handmade wallpapers, including a textured recycled newsprint in the main stair hall. Lots of bright light, some patterns and hits of colour, with the addition of some vintage elements makes this home exuberant and effortlessly casual and inviting. Another wonderful project designed by Jessica Stambaugh of JS Interiors.
“Warmth and character were of the utmost importance when designing this Eagle Rock ground up new construction. Modern lighting, clean lines, beautiful vaulted ceilings and an attention to detail gave the home a consistent, jaw dropping presence—all while feeling equally intimate and cozy.”
Mixing Japandi-style and a natural materials palette this complete remodel not only created a stylish contemporary home but also an equally smart secondary housing unit. EagleRock Modern by A1000xBetter.
Photography by Michael P.H. Clifford