“ breathes life into rooms, giving them unexpected flavor. Her inspired dynamic interiors showcase her clients’ personalities and passions and empower them to look within and create a home that is their own true reflection.”
A neutral palette doesn’t mean boring. This home is warm and welcoming, sophisticated but not pretentious. beautiful light, beautiful furnishings, beautiful living.
A monochromatic colour palette provides the basis for this simple yet sophisticated Hollywood Hills home by Lisayce Pickens of . Layers of texture and a subtle repetitive pattern selections enhance the aesthetic. Modern, fresh and fabulous LA living.
An attractive entry tempts you into this Edwardian era house and once inside you will not be disappointed. A soft white and grey colour palette allows the modern furnishings to sit comfortably within the beautiful, traditional bones. My favourite spot? The dining area off the kitchen. I just can’t make up my mind if I like the glimpse from the kitchen more than the glimpse from the garden. Louisa by in collaboration with Lou Prentice Interiors.
Photography by Sharyn Cairns
This retrofit of a family apartment in the Jardim Botânico area of Rio de Janeiro is all about the luxury of staying home. Think comfort, softness, the perfect place to bring together family and friends in the oasis of the home. Serene and stylish. Residência DF by
It is utterly simple, humble almost, but this scullery in British kitchen designer ‘s Millhouse showroom is the epitome of everyday luxury to me. The luxury of good design, of having the space dedicated to elevation of the domestic humdrum of cleaning up. We may all dream of a butler’s pantry to prep and preen and store but perhaps I wouldn’t hate the dishwashing so much if I had a little scullery of my own (except I’d have a door on every entrance to hide the mess if I didn’t quite get round to the pots and pans).