It’s like a beautiful woman stripped bare of makeup, in my eyes even more beautiful. This New York country house by has amazing bones but it’s simple colour palette of black and white, its exposed posts and beams as well as those lusciously naked floors that allow the carefully curated furniture pieces and objet to shine … or should that be subtlely glow.
Old meets new in this modern makeover of a classic Spanish Mission bungalow by Melbourne-based design firm . The arch motif, repeated throughout the house, references the house’s history but in a way that is modern and fresh. A tight colour palette of black and white allows graphic art works to pop. Decoration is stripped back, lines are clean and contemporary, but modern minimalism no way detracts from the house’s past. A perfect marriage.
The drama of a black and white colour scheme always wins points with me. This 200 sq m Milan home has an art deco vibe and only subtle touches of colour like a couple of leopard print benches and velvet pillows. So classic. By .
My love affair with monochromatic interiors continues in 2019 and this modern, boho house by Indianapolis-based design firm and lifestyle boutique is just what I crave. Right on trend with their tight colour palette of neutrals beefed up with texture and natural materials, the home epitomises easy living elegance.
Connecticut and NYC based interior designer believes that people don’t just live in their home, they form a relationship with it. Her style is eclectic, a casually elegant mix of old and new along with the quirky, the whimsical and pieces that tell a story. What she creates is a home that tells the owner’s story, the best sort of home.