I spotted this apartment by Seattle and New York based interior designer and had to share because it is bold, colourful, and glamourous with a fabulously posh art deco vibe. I am completely in love with the bedroom. Helloooooo crushed velvet bed!! Gold accents throughout add sparkle, and I’m impressed that she’s combined 2 wallpapers in the small living room. Now that’s ballsy!
It’s a modern kitchen with a difference. There’s a hint of the traditional, a touch of Art Deco and a freshness of the future. The wall of storage behind sliding glass is particularly eye-catching. Unexpected and custom. What’s not to love? By Sydney-based .
When I first saw the portfolio of interior designer there was this immediate resonance. The rooms spoke to me… or should that be sang to me. Like a siren. When you read the design firm’s philosophy you might just understand.
“Every room should sing! In the course of a lifetime one gathers a multitude of views, experiences and objects. The home should make it possible to take in all of these things. We look at the past as well as the present for inspiration to create layered and balanced designs that stand the test of time.”
It has been quite some time since we shared a project by Latvian interior designer Natalja Radchenko. It was great to hear from her recently when she sent us photos of a new project of hers. It is a Soviet-era home outside Riga, Latvia. Icky brown painted floors, dingy wallpaper and ugly ceilings were once horrible features in these spaces…
But not anymore! Check it out post-renovation and decoration below. LOVE this transformation!!!
It’s a dream I’ve always harboured. An unpretentious beachside house, comfortable with an almost spartan beauty… almost. I would always have room for a found object or a time worn piece. A short walk to a wind swept beach. The sound of waves ever present like a heartbeat of a simple life. A home to be alone and a home to share with family and friends. A house a little something like this. via .