A Sunday dose of eclecticism for your viewing pleasure, care of one of my favourite sources for awesomeness, Shoot Factory. This Georgian country home in Norfolk, England consists of 22 acres, 6 bedrooms, several original fireplaces, and a serious case of the 60’s/70’s with some funky furnishings and wallpaper. Such a beautiful and fun home.
Is it a pop-up shop in a home or a home where you can stay and take home the sofa if you happen to love it? Why it’s both! Owner Tina Seidenfaden Busck reimagines The Apartment each year, presenting a carefully curated and continually changing collection of art and design objects from the 20th century as well as pieces by renowned contemporary designers. This year you can even book a stay. It’s my dream of living in a shop come to life. I love the evolution of The Apartment over the years and particularly this summer’s celebration of colour, pattern and different cultures.
A newly built home loaded with patterns (I count 7 wallpapers!), colours and lots of glamorous touches create max personality. Hats off to Missouri-based designer Jessie D. Miller for keeping these spaces dramatic yet family friendly as the homeowners have 2 kids and 2 bulldogs.
I spotted this apartment on The Village and wanted to share because it is unique and gorgeous, and has a European vibe I am always a fan of. Though admittedly, I hate blue (especially this shade) in interiors. Not sure why, I just can’t seem to get on board. Nevertheless this St. Petersburg gem located in a historic 1912 building has some really beautiful features, and was designed by Polina Gerasimova and Svetlana Kalimanova of Ruger Design. Happy long May 2-4 weekend my fellow Canadians!
I had to share another gutsy project by the team of Barlow & Barlow. This one has some glamourous touches that I’m really loving, like the brass and leather bar stools in the kitchen. WOW! Lots of fun wallpapers and artwork too.