Timeless and organic, sophisticated and personal. With her background in art and sculpture Heidi Woodman of Haus Love Interiors takes a painterly approach to her designs, paying attention to form, balance, negative space, colour and texture.
Juniper Tedhams‘ website may just be a carousel of place holding images but oh my they’re enough to have me craving more. Until her website is up and running there is always her Instagram account. Restrained elegance, minimalist, neutral palettes and serene simplicity.
“We work with the essence of our origins, stone, wood, ion and respect to tradition is part of our language. We study the way of life of each client, in a constant search to balance functionality and beauty in every project.
We are inspired by balance, white, light, and the mediterranean…”
Simply serene. Simply beautiful. Vivienda Zurbano by Madrid-based architecture and design studio BOA.
“Drawing upon the site’s architectural period and surrounding bushland, Wahroonga House is an example of mid-century modern design, referencing the warmth and playfulness of Palm Springs balanced with a laid-back sense of sophistication.”
Add an earthy colour palette of greens and browns inspired by the surrounding bushland and a play on geometric curves the result is relaxed yet refined. Wahroonga House by Tom Mark Henry.
Photography by Damian Bennett
The perfect white backdrop accented by pops of gold. Light bouncing off mirrors. Dashes of black for contrast and texture, layers of subtle texture. A sophisticated home with a touch of the Parisian panache in Brooklyn. Fenimore Flat by Shelby Girard.
Photography by Morgan Levy