Displaying posts labeled "Wallpaper"

Suzanne Rheinstein

Posted on Fri, 28 Jan 2022 by KiM

Interior Designer Suzanne Rheinstein is known for her signature style that is often described as elegant civility—“fewer things but better things”—encompassing a mixture of beautiful objects, furniture styles, personal art, painted surfaces and great attention to comfort, textures, details and light. “Living well everyday is much more important than getting your house together only for special occasions.” Such beautiful, magazine-worthy spaces Suzanne has created in a range of styles. This is a random selection from her portfolio.

An Oxford country house

Posted on Wed, 26 Jan 2022 by KiM

This Oxford home is what country living dreams are made of. An absolute beauty inside and out. Much of the furnishings are quite traditional but if you look a little closer you will spot details that are a bit more current, which makes me love this even more. Designed by VSP Interiors.

A remodeled Iowa City home

Posted on Mon, 24 Jan 2022 by KiM

I am such a huge fan of Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, as you may have come to realize over the years. Her team’s ability to take homes with history, filled with original details, and sympathetically remodel them to make them functional for today’s lifestyle is always impeccable and so perfectly executed. This home in Iowa City takes you back in time yet is contemporary and vivacious. I could not love this more. (Lead designer: Chelsie Lee; Architect: CWB Architects; Photos: Christopher Sturman)

Ballinlough Castle

Posted on Sun, 23 Jan 2022 by KiM

I am convinced that if I were ever to visit a castle, a home with details this exquisite that I would probably pass right out. This is truly incredible. Ballinlough Castle, County Westmeath, Ireland has been home to the Nugent family for over 400 years. The 17th century Georgian castle was sensitively refreshed by Todhunter Earle Interiors when the current occupants, a young family, took over the house. The bedrooms have been brightened with large scale wallpapers and fabrics, beds re-dressed and new bathrooms installed. The essence of the traditional Irish castle has been retained, whilst updating the house for modern living.

A charming holiday cottage

Posted on Thu, 20 Jan 2022 by KiM

Now this is a cottage vibe I can get behind! Whimsical, a bit country but with some more modern touches, super casual and relaxed where no one cares if you forgot to take your shoes off. Bridlepath Berkshire holiday cottage designed by Turner Pocock.