Contemporary meets Art Deco in this subtly luxurious kitchen by Horton & Co. Design. Sensuous curves, tray ceiling with sexy lighting, parquetry floor, marble, gold and an enveloping custom wall mural. In the wrong hands it could be a touch tacky but not here. Here it’s evocative of the luxury of a bygone era but refreshingly up to date.
This ski house in Utah exudes so much exuberance and whimsy, that starts in the entrance with a dipped painting, and was clearly inspired by Josef Frank textiles. Mid-century vibes and lots of colours round out this home and make it such a fun place to chill. Designed by Redmond Aldrich.
Photos: Lindsay Salazar
This apartment located in the historic district of Prague, Czech Republic, embraces old world charm and takes it to a whole other level. Elodie Sire of d.mesure created a unique and magical home for her clients who love antiques (though I must admit I wish the rug in the living room wasn’t so modern).
Photos: Didier Delmas
Clearly Fern Santini enjoys colours, patterns and layers and having fun with her spaces, as is evident in this Boulder, Colorado farmhouse she designed. She also cleverly mixes furniture from different eras to keep things from being too predictable. Lover her creativity. (Architect: Annette Martin, photos: Nick Johnson)