When you can almost reach out and touch the blue Mediterranean Sea from your terrace, when the sun baths your holiday house in golden light and when the views are of the green forested headlands then choosing a colour palette is easy. As to the style why it’s relaxed luxury, simple yet chic. A colourful home in Corsica by double g.
South African design firm Jacket Interiors “marries comfort and functionality with beauty and style in contemporary designs born out of timelessly classic tastes.” A definite flair and restrained elegance, carefully collected and curated, simple, liveable luxury. But perhaps it is the hero of the design, the bold choice of yellow as the statement colour that makes the house so memorable.
Pardon me. I’m just an English kitchen junkie. Can’t get enough. Like this renovation based on period design with an injection of colour. Sunny yellow, ancient scrubbed kitchen table, dresser filled with china and a comfortable armchair by the range. Bliss. Hampshire Kitchen by Max Rollitt.
Marcin and Magda Konopka of Polish design firm Ministerstwo Spraw We Wnętrzach (Ministry of Interior Affairs) are back at it with another modern gem of a project. This one has a mid century modernist twist and accents in bright yellow throughout, keeping things cheerful and fun. There’s my favourite tumbling block pattern tile used in a few places, and holy smokes the upholstered bed alcove is gorgeous!!
Want more? Find a previous feature on their work here.
I sometimes wonder how awesome it would be to be married to an architect….who could design me a home with this much attention to detail…where everything has its place. By Paris-based Agence Glenn Medioni.