In a comment the other day an American reader of ours begged us to show some style mixed with warmth and humanity (aka: lived in). Given the horror show that went on there I felt compelled to oblige. I spotted this apartment in a highrise in Moscow on The Village and thought it was perfect to share. This could not be more warm, lived-in, practical, full of life, overflowing with a beautiful energy thanks to bright colours and lots of vintage finds. My thoughts are with my neighbours to the south and I hope this brings a smile to your faces.
Beata Heuman does it again. Losing me in these photos of her Nantucket project where she seems to be a bit more restrained in her colour palette than normal but still a wonderfully charming home. Intriguing light fixtures, antique/vintage furnishings, checkerboard painted floors, fun artwork – all leaving me smitten.
I have a handful of favourite designers that blow me away with every single space they touch, and I think I can go out on a limb and say Beata Heuman might be my #1. I am so intrigued by her creativity, her fealessness when it comes to colour and patterns (have you seen her marbleized velvet?! LOVE!) and her attention to detail. This is her family’s townhouse in Hammersmith, London and it’s everything you would expect from her – completely unexpected.
Love the old world charm that permeates through the exposed brick walls, wooden ceiling beams, ornate steel curved stairs, chipping plaster in this condo in the French Quarter designed by Logan Killen Interiors.
Dallas-based interior designer Shannon Bowers does it again with lots of muted tones and in this particular project, a touch of femininity with pinks and roses and a disparate collection of antique furnishings. Another A+ project.