A little art deco, and little mid-century modern, a little retro 50s….this home decorated by Madrid-based designer Marta de la Rica is about as eclectic as they come. And I absolutely adore it because it is such a random mix of styles. Eclectic wins me over every time.
A couple of months ago I featured this townhouse project by British architecture, interior and furniture design firm Minale + Mann, and thought I would share another because these folks have such a great eye for colour and scale. Love the “Farrow & Ball” shades in this one, and the kitchen is a DREAM. I only wish there were more photos.
I get excited when I come across photos of a home we have featured, but a different rendition. It’s interesting to see how homes evolve with with time. This is the home of Spanish decorator Serge Castella, that Jo featured back in 2012. This time around it is more grey than brown, and a bit darker overall. I think I prefer this version, as I am a sucker for grey and black.
Anna recently moved into a small 527 sq ft apartment in Oak Park, IL and entered her fabulous new pad in the Apartment Therapy Small Cool 2015 contest. I think she has done an incredible job with her small space, using lots of vintage finds for a unique, shabby chic vibe. And because I love it so much, I think you should all go and vote for her in the contest HERE before it ends in a few hours. We don’t often promote this but I am making an exception for a home I think is really worthy. So please go vote for Anna’s pad!
Bench, books, branches… simply perfect. By Katie Martinez Design.