Muted, chalky palettes layered with natural textures. Carefully curated signature pieces. Rooms where the contents have space to shine, to stand, have presence. Refined and rustic, sophisticated yet simple. Elegant, easy living. Two beautiful homes by Solis Betancourt & Sherrill.
It is about colour and pattern, fabrics and finishes, detail and layering. It is a fresh and vibrant twist on traditional and classic. If the bleached out, overexposed, white, black and wood of Scandi design is leaving you wanting more then drink in the designs of Ashley Whittaker. (And even more in Kim’s previous post.)
Tanya Collins is an interior designer located here in Ottawa and I am so pleased to have found a local designer that has talent and a keen eye! (They seem to be hard to come by around here). Her kitchens and bathrooms are divine, and her spaces have a wonderful energy. Maybe I should hire her. 🙂
The lovely folks at Domus Nova sent along photos of a new property they added to their roster last week but despite it being basically unfurnished, it has such gorgeous architectural details that ideas keep popping into my head of how I could work with this absolutely incredible space…. Although for £7,500,000 you might be furnishing it with cardboard box tables and a pile of straw for a bed. 🙂
I’m not quite done with the eye candy. Now it’s thanks to Washington interior designer Sara Tuttle. Her classic, fresh and bright designs are what she is known for, with an eclectic blend of antiques, colours, textures for spaces that definitively catch your eye. This ain’t your nanna’s living room!