This 4 story Victorian townhouse in West London is calling out to all you maximalists and colour fanatics (and pottery collectors) out there. Overloading the senses? Too bright? Too much fun? You decide. Designed by Collett Zarzycki.
Finished your Christmas shopping and baking and wondering how to spend your Sunday afternoon? How about relaxing in a pink booth with a coffee at Pastel Rita in Montréal’s neighbourhood of Mile End. Designed by Appareil Architecture, this 1500 sq ft space is home to a café, artisan workshop and boutique. The colour scheme of green, pink and yellow is so warm and energetic. I’ll have to check this place out next time I’m vintage shopping on St. Laurent.
Photos: Félix Michaud, This Is The Place I Was Telling You About
Tribeca Loft. It has a lilt to it don’t you think. It rolls off your tongue with just a hint of envy in your voice, particularly when it’s a 4000 sq ft four bedroom, three and a half bath refurbishment by ASH NYC.The eclectic mix of furniture and art, the sense of space and at the same time luxury. It may be out of reach for the majority of us but a girl can dream.
I don’t know that I would ever want to surround myself with lots of bold colours and a really maximalist way of decorating but that doesn’t stop me from grinning ear to ear when I spot a home like this. This wild coloured and vintage-to-the-rafters Victorian home in Hackney may not be for everyone, but it sure is cheerful! Via jj Locations.
Sometimes it’s all about the glorious cacophony of colour. Pink and green and blue and yellow. A joyful celebration of the “non” monochromatic by Briony Fitzgerald Design. Don’t you just love it!