Back in 2017 Jo shared some spaces that were done in rich yet muted colours by Belgian designer Natalie Haegeman. I was perusing her portfolio and was mesmerized by both her colourful and neutral spaces and wanted to share some more of her work here. So moody with lots of antiques and textures and patinas. Brilliant.
Photography: Claude Smekens, Guy Obijn & Bieke Claessens
It won’t surprise you after scrolling through these photos that London-based designer Susan Deliss designs her own range of fabrics and sells ikats, silk embroideries, kilims, velvets and linens, antique, vintage and new. One-off furniture, both antique and made to order and upholstered in Susan Deliss’s fabrics are complemented by limited edition cushions and hand-made and lined silk lampshades, decorative objects and fine art. Her portfolio has me desperately wanting to add so many pretty patterns in my home, which I tend to shy away from. Clearly I am missing out.
Jeffrey Dungan is an architect based in Alabama who is recognized for his clean and modern approach to traditional vernaculars and classical architecture but there is a modern and somewhat edgy approach he takes that is 100% my cup of tea. I could barely get through prepping this post as I kept going back through the photos to take a 3rd and 4th look to make sure I didn’t miss anything.
London based designer James Thurstan Waterworth of Thurstan creates unique, rather eclectic spaces whilst in keeping with the period of the architecture. Whether it be ornate and traditional, modern loft or a 17th century masseria in Puglia, each space is breathtaking.
A whole bunch of pretty, and lots of pale colours and patterns. It’s a bit traditional but it’s so cozy and easy-going. This is the restored cottage of Dallas designer Cathy Kincaid.