There are a couple of my dream scenarios intersecting in this Chelsea loft by Tali Roth Interior Design. Yes it’s a loft. It’s in New York. Light is flooding in and it’s predominantly white. Sigh. I don’t live in a loft or in New York. I do have the light but with a dog and a husband who doesn’t realise he’s made a mess at times (he’s blind) white sofas are definitely out of the question. Lucky I’m happy with what I’ve got but a girl can dream of an oh so lovely, far away, light, bright loft.
I’m real estate
strolling scrolling in the Sydney suburb of Balmain where I have found an old weatherboard cottage whose historic facade belies the modern family home inside. This may have once been a working class suburb but with time comes gentrification and ever increasing prices. Link here while it lasts.
“The brief for this project was to refresh and energise the interiors of a traditional Sydney terrace house in a style that would provide a dramatic backdrop for the client’s outstanding collection of antique and modern furniture, traditional and contemporary artworks and eclectic objets d’art.”
A narrow cottage in Sydney’s Woollaha undergoes a magical transformation by Phoebe Nicol.
“The home combines playfulness with sophistication, and artistry with purpose.”
A beautiful white canvas, a calm and pleasing stage on which to carry out the drama of everyday life. Part sanctuary, part carefully curated business base for its work from home owner, this Paddinton Terrace with personality and purpose is by Sydney-based interior architect Phoebe Nicol.
A timeless palette of black and white complimented by a neutral materials scheme of stone, wood and tile. Bright and serene, moody yet calm the interiors of this Bridgehampton family home by Timothy Godbold is so classic, so sophisticated and yet so casual and inclusive. A home of two halves? No it’s a resolution of the chic and the relaxed.