This beautiful stone home perched above Austin was remodelled by local firm working with clients who “were inspired by a European mid-century modern aesthetic, while still acknowledging their love for old world New England style”. The result is not only beautiful and functional but the attention to detail and fine finishes were paramount.
“The talented design team at excels at creating contemporary luxury through their refined aesthetic, perfectly balanced with welcoming comfort and functionality”
Carefully curated, relaxed yet sophisticated, beautiful and just a little bit fun. Can we talk about those swinging couches? I seriously need those in my life and a view to match. The house is in the Madison Club, a private residential community in La Quinta, California. Exclusive location and gorgeous home.
Another Saturday another workplace. I don’t think I’d have any problem heading into work on a weekend if it looked like this. Relaxed, a little boho, that little something French. The offices of by Paris-based in collaboration with Dimitri Roussel.
Photography by Bertrand Fompeyrine
Terracotta and dirtied greens, salmon and persimmon, walls clad in shadowy bucolic wallpaper as backdrop to contemporary furniture that can only be classified as “statement”. With its bold rooms within old bones this Lyon residence by puts all those monochromatic white upon white spaces I’ve been featuring lately to shame. If colour is king then long live the King!
What is the definition of luxury in New York City? A spacious apartment with beautifully appointed rooms? A sleek and chic bespoke kitchen? Sumptuous stone in the bathroom? No the definition of true luxury in New York is a terrace as big as some people’s apartments. This Manhattan penthouse pied-à-terre has been re-imagined as an elegant, bright, and functional space by with terrace landscape by .
Photography by Emily Andrews.