Colours and patterns, and more colours and patterns in this Tulsa, Oklahoma home designed by Mel Bean Interiors. This could not be more bold and unexpected in what appears to be a fairly traditional home. I applaud Mel for bringing on the sass and breaking all the rules with this project.
Photos: Kacey Gilpin
I wanted to share another project (in case you missed Sunday’s post: here) by NICOLEHOLLIS where modern, edgy glam, with lots of black and brass set the stage again. Set within a classical Russian Hill, San Francisco townhouse, the home’s architecture makes it even more striking.
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