In true Sasha Bikoff fashion, she has taken something ordinary and made it extraordinary. Ok, this “Garden State Revival House” in Newark, New Jersey isn’t exactly ordinary but it’s sooooo traditional on the outside that you would never in a million years expect to see rooms painted pink, yellow, green, red, purple, blue, teal, lime. The insanity!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!
The Regency villa had seen better days, sadly divided into 3 flats with clumsy additions and awkward spaces. Enter London-based interior designers Harding & Read who created a family home with all the mod cons while retaining its historic proportions and details. Atmospheric with its own sense of place the home feels like it has evolved over generations not resurrected recently.
Continuing to spread my love of London’s mass of delicious Victorian homes with this renovated beauty via Shoot Factory. I do love the decor throughout this home, and though I love a mix of periods, I can’t help but think the homeowners should have stuck with a more traditional vibe throughout. Regardless, I am smitten.
What do you get when you pair a modern white loft in Seville, Spain with a designer who has a passion for 17th to 19th century decor? An unexpected clash of styles that is quite dramatic. By Amaro Sánchez de Moya.
This restored 1843 carriage house in Charleston, South Carolina is so beautiful I could cry. I don’t care in the slightest what the main house looks like I’m so smitten by the beauty of this. By G.P. Schafer Architect.