This apartment could not be more uplifting, fun, quirky and retro-fabulous!!! I found this Ibiza home (of vintage shop owner Vicente Ganesha) on the website of super-talented interior stylist Pete Bermejo and I am having heart palpitations. I had to start with the bedroom because it is beyond gorgeous. (I hope he has hired someone to clean because I can’t imagine dusting his glass collection). Photos: Pablo Zamora
You all know I like a Victorian era house. Brick or stone is even better. Gritty, old suburb perfect. Add a modern extension and I’m weak at the knees. Well this beauty in Melbourne’s Cremorne has one more thing that has turned me into a salvering mess … a fabulous Papua New Guinea tribal art collection. How much for the house and contents? When can I move in? Link here while it lasts.
Today’s second offering is a designer’s own family home at the foot of Montmarte in Paris. A daring home where vintage references, personal creations and neoclassical French sculptures coexist. An elegant home but with a twist, a sense of drama, of cool. Pigalle by French superstar interior designer Tristan Auer.
Right about now I’m dreaming about an unlimited budget where I could buy allllllllll the art. It seems whoever owns this apartment is lucky enough to have a really impressive art collection that takes centre stage. Brazilian firm Studio Ro+Ca helped to really make them shine.
(check out more of their work here)
When a designer created spaces that are pieces of art. This is the Bellechasse, Paris apartment of Joseph Dirand. It is elegant, refined, somewhat minimal, perfectly executed.