Christopher Kent of Studio CAK turned this apartment in the Palmolive building in downtown Chicago into a chic Parisian pad. A gut renovation, lots of ballsy colour choices (that kitchen OMGGGGG) and sculptural furnishings really add a WOW factor here. This is a “I would not touch a thing” sitch.
Photos: Aimée Mazzenga
I love when a designer embraces the traditional and adds some personality and drama to keep it current. Some delightful eye candy from the portfolio of Edinburgh, Scotland designer Lisa Guest.
Another absolute gem of a project by designer Rodman Primack. A Kentucky weekend retreat that really can’t be any more fun than this. Patterns and colours beyond imagination, an epic pool cabana/guest house and tond of space to frolic make this the coolest family & friends hangout ever!
The home of Washington, DC interior designer Melissa Colgan is the perfect example of how adding lots of patterns and layers in a small space (712 sq ft) can make it feel much grander than it is. There are so many styles going on here and it’s so thoughtfully curated and everything works so well together. This is how you do eclectic!
Photos: Stacy Zarin Goldberg
A midnight blue cocooning foyer, a mustard yellow accent chair, a Togo leather sofa in cognac with coordinating painted nook (love this!!!), more blue and yellow in the bedroom…. This apartment by Italian designer Grazia Caruso of Vesper Design is modern and vibrant and I really love the warmth of these colours playing off each other. Such good energy in this space.