Terra-cotta, mustard, green and blue – such a beautiful array of colours. Since painting my dining room terra-cotta it’s one of my favourite wall colours and to walk into a home and immediately be surrounded by it….*sigh*. This entire home I just want to eat it up – especially the yellow kitchen. Not a single white wall in sight. And I’m not at all mad at that. Another to die for home designed by Reath Design. (Photos: Laure Joliet)
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.
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.
Sophie Rowell of Côte de Folk Interiors takes a home’s imperfections and makes them shine. No no not in a bad way, in a magical perfectly imperfect way. It’s a celebration and elevation of everyday beauty, of the authentic and individual. This is her own home. Pieces change in and out as she sources more treasure or shares her finds with others. I could be totally happy sitting in that dining room in whatever incarnation. Just need a pot of tea and a friend come to share it with me.