The idea of an afternoon nap has never been more appealing. A buttery bedroom delight by Amy Meier Design.
“There is nothing simple about simplicity. Simplicity is complexity.”
The composition, the texture, the monochromatic palette, the considered choice of pattern, the restraint and careful curation. How deceptively simple and achingly beautiful. Buckhead by Atlanta-based Nancy Braithwaite Interiors.
The houses may be traditional in their bones but interior designer Nicolo Castellini Baldissera takes them to the next level with his inventive use of colour and pattern. Vibrant and full of life his rooms are a mix of antique and new with treasures collected along life’s journey, enriched with the vibrant hues of which he is so enamoured. Traditional with a twist.
Whenever I’ve been asked what to do with ugly orange-stained knotty pine walls or ceilings I have always had one answer… paint them, paint it all! Sometimes you can’t. You could be renting, you might not have the money or the time to invest in such a big job. Then I came across this log cabin styled by Susan Burns and it was an epiphany. The knotty pine walls and ceilings are the perfect foil for the white furniture and soft furnishings. OK the brick fireplace and some of the floors have been painted but the often overpowering orange wood has definitely been softened by what I’m calling the “white within”. A pretty solution don’t you think?