These days I don’t often feature new build homes as those with history are more my thing but these photos of a model townhome in Markham, Ontario by Kylemore is quite spectacular. Their attention to detail (even in the photo above – check out the curves in the drywall above that stove wall) and the finishes and décor are spectacular. I’d happily move in there with a truck full of antiques and make this work.
A new beginning for this Haussmanian apartment in the heart of Saint Germain saw interior architects l’Agence Véronique Cotrel create a bright, modern family home while respecting the history of the building. At the heart of it all is a contemporary Boffi kitchen in a confection of a Haussmanian room. Perfection.
I absolutely loooove what Kate Abt did to this stunner of home in Washington, DC with Notting Hill vibes. It’s casual and has great flow, and with some features that appear to be original really taking centre stage (like those hardwood floors!). But I am mostly smitten with the kitchen. The cabinetry and the layout is so interesting and functional. Dreamy!!! (Photos: Stacy Zarin Goldberg)
“Designed by Joshua Nimmo of Nimmo Architecture with interior design and styling by Joshua Rice Design, the emphasis on natural wood gives warmth to an otherwise all-glass house. Furthermore, an array of carefully-curated objects and vintage furniture pieces sets the tone for this sophisticated contemporary residence.”
A multi-generational home where sustainability is as important as sophistication. Beautifully decorated with a mid century riff the glass and concrete rooms are warmed with wood accents and modern art.