Spižírna 1902 is a bistro in Prague designed by Kamil Štajgl and it is where I want to be hanging out today! The space is absolutely beautiful. The architect wanted visitors to feel as though they were snacking in a garden. Mission accomplished! A bonus is that the food on the bistro’s social media (IG / FB) looks delish!
I found a rendering and a before photo on their FB page – this was a serious undertaking!
Photos: Alexander Dobrovodský
I don’t know that I would ever want to surround myself with lots of bold colours and a really maximalist way of decorating but that doesn’t stop me from grinning ear to ear when I spot a home like this. This wild coloured and vintage-to-the-rafters Victorian home in Hackney may not be for everyone, but it sure is cheerful! Via jj Locations.
21st century living in an 18th century house. Now that is my kind of luxury. I’m daydreaming about this Georgian-era stone house in the Cotswolds especially the new green oak and glass dining conservatory next to the bespoke kitchen. It’s a marriage of new and old, carefully considered and beautifully curated by interior designer, furniture designer and antiques dealer Charlotte Hughes of Sutton House Interiors. Time for an escape to the country I do believe.
A pink sofa. A beaded chandelier. Oversized floral Ellie Cashman wallpaper. Sexy brass legs. All the makings of a glamorous and feminine space. This beautiful Santa Monica townhome is by L.A. based Ashley Scott of Scout Modern.
Sometimes it’s all about the glorious cacophony of colour. Pink and green and blue and yellow. A joyful celebration of the “non” monochromatic by Briony Fitzgerald Design. Don’t you just love it!