Yesterday I had featured a couple of homes that had been decked out by Connecticut interior designer Heide Hendricks (here and here). Today I thought I would share a bit more of her designs because I am pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoy her traditional spaces. Must be because she gives them a bit of an edge with coloured trim, vintage light fixtures and mid-century chairs. The result is eclectic and unexpected and spaces I would absolutely enjoy hanging out in.
In these spaces, someone was not shy with colour – whether in large or small doses. A little colour pick-me-up for your afternoon. From the portfolio of photographer Thomas Loof.
While I recuperate from my 10 days in Mexico 🙁 I leave you with some beautifully designed spaces from the ecelctic portfolio of Amory Brown – a creative design studio based in the heart of Central London and founded by Lucy Heathcoat Amory and Hannah Brown.
I loved the bathrooms by mckimm in the last post. Definitely digging this glimpse at another they have designed. Tiles, towel rack, floors. Fab.
OK. OK. It’s a produce store, coffee stop, sandwich purveyor (sister store to Pope Joan) and not a domestic interior but look at it. It’s yellow. I’m still on my colour campaign as you can see. Besides I’ve always had a fantasy about living in a coffee shop. All that caffeine on hand! Hams and Bacon by Figureground.