A calm oasis in the desert. Inviting, real, mindful. Desert Milk Adobe, a 1935 adobe brought back to life by Sarah Solis.
Photography by Shade Degges Photography
“Natural materials, bright light-filled spaces and an openness to the great outdoors will always be a beloved signature of Australian interiors. When conceiving the interiors of the Garden House, we were drawn to the concepts of timelessness, tranquillity and escape. Garden House embodies the client’s combined passions for art, gardens, and colour.”
With the colours and textures of a beloved garden as the starting point interior designers, Arent & Pyke have created a luxurious yet almost monastic set of rooms in this extension that connects the existing house to the garden. Warm and rich yet calm.
Photography by Anson Smart
I spotted this breathtaking, incredulous home comprised of a collection of Cotswolds stone barns the other day @ Shoot Factory (located in Cirenchester, Gloucestershire, England) and was blown away. Unfortunately the owners did not do the decor justice so I’ll share only one photo of the interior but WOW the gardens and expanse of space of this property are a dream!!! Also having a series of Cotswold stone barns This has me wanting to buy ALLLLL the boxwoods and convince my husband he loves trimming them. There’s something about symmetry and order to landscaping that really speaks to me.
What does one do with an 1890 Carpenter-Gothic-style cottage in Monteagle Tennessee? In this case interior designer Rachel Halvorson painted it all white for simplicity and brightness, added lots of vintage earthy touches and sympathetically restored and left natural some parts to keep it warm and inviting. *round of applause!*
This traditional stone home in Bel-AIr, California is absolutely beautiful. Interior designer Kim Alexandriuk upped the glam factor, added in some touches that are a bit more unique and modern to counteract the more classic architecture. To be honest though, with an outdoor space like this you’ll find me outside!