Displaying posts labeled "Wallpaper"

Maximalism with colour and pattern

Posted on Thu, 16 Jul 2020 by KiM

These homeowners were brave enough to request very bold colour and wallpaper from their interior designer, Cameron Ruppert and WOW did she deliver! This home has such a wonderful energy and spirit, and though it’s quite polished in its finishes it is still quite charming and approachable. That dining room though – if anyone ever doubted using high gloss paint….

Photos: Angie Seckinger

A renovated West Village duplex

Posted on Thu, 16 Jul 2020 by KiM

Warm and bright, classic and timeless. A gorgeous renovation of a West Village duplex by wellness architect Pippa Lee of Pip + Pencil.

Old meets new in a designer’s home

Posted on Tue, 14 Jul 2020 by KiM

Old meets new in this bright, eclectic 100 year old home of designer Jonathan Steinitz and his husband located in Columbus, Ohio. This is what I love to see – people appreciating the history of a home and working hard to restore original features. Here they re-exposed some beautiful worn brick and original hardwood flooring. The white walls really accentuate these elements and some modern mixed with vintage furnishings really add personality.

Photography: Alexandra Ribar & Rouxby Photography

Poodle & Blonde

Posted on Sun, 12 Jul 2020 by KiM

Poodle & Blonde. A step back to retrolicious times. Featuring a PINK BATHROOM that I would never want to update, and 2 of the most rad beds I have ever seen. Available as a location home through JJ Media Group/JJ Locations

An updated Craftsman bungalow

Posted on Fri, 10 Jul 2020 by KiM

I had to share one other impeccably executed project by cityhomeCOLLECTIVE. We sought to honor the bones of this Craftsman bungalow, but wanted to avoid sinking into a literal interpretation of the era. To this end, we kept the original trim, flooring, and window casings, and struck balance and interest by integrating contemporary and mid-century light fixtures, furniture, and art with pieces that lent texture, color, and patterns to the space. Art played a big role in the transformation, and we used clean, modern pieces to slice through the heavy, dark seriousness of the Craftsman aesthetic. This one hits home because my home is also a Craftsman and I too wanted to honour the architectural details and keep it current.