I could waffle on about how I love this or that in this Jackson Square loft by but she tells the story best.
“When approaching the remodel of this small loft apartment, editing was the key. First step: removing the eighties-style shag carpet and the mirrors that covered every surface. It was smooth sailing after that: white walls, dark floors, tailored drapery… Throw in an 800-pound steel firewood holder, a glass chandelier, and a favorite pair of leather sling chairs, and the place was ready for late-night cocktails and easy Sunday mornings.”
High up in the rafters in the centre of Madrid is a penthouse full of light and space, pattern and colour and most of all exhuberance. It’s about modern living within a historic shell, keeping the past but surrounding yourself with contemporary luxury. Fabulous Spanish interiors by design duo .
There’s nothing more that I love than creativity and uniqueness in interiors. It gets really tiring seeing the same thing over and over again (Instagram and Pinterest, I’m talking about you, and bohemian style specifically). I spotted this Olso apartment on and nearly had a stroke. Hello pink, green marble and brass kitchen of my dreams!!! This home could not be more one-of-a-kind. LOVE THAT. (Designed by , photos by Anders Valde)
This project was a colour exploration for designer . She was inspired by her client’s Indian heritage and wanted to do a modern twist on colour, without it being overwhelming. I think this was a huge success! Especially with that Kelly Wearstler fabric on the dining room wall!
Given a modern penthouse by the developers to style, has created a sophisticated yet relaxing oasis in downtown New York. A mix of old and new pieces and carefully chosen artwork has given the four bedroom apartment personality. It’s worldly and suave yet casual and grounding. Definitely not your usual brash “we’ve got cash” styled for sale home.