I spotted this apartment on and wanted to share because it is unique and gorgeous, and has a European vibe I am always a fan of. Though admittedly, I hate blue (especially this shade) in interiors. Not sure why, I just can’t seem to get on board. Nevertheless this St. Petersburg gem located in a historic 1912 building has some really beautiful features, and was designed by Polina Gerasimova and Svetlana Kalimanova of Ruger Design. Happy long May 2-4 weekend my fellow Canadians!
Another project by I wanted to share is this downtown Charlottesville farmhouse that was renovated down to the studs to open it up and make it more family-friendly. Love the energy in this stylish and comfortable home.
“The spaces we craft are liveable, engaging and beautifully resolved, with a contemporary feel in our distinctively effortless style. We achieve this through deeply thought out spatial planning alongside the use of bespoke materials, customised detailing, exceptional palettes and textural layerings.” – .
This timeless and elegant renovation by the Sydney-based interior design firm is the perfect example. Think hand painted joinery, calacutta marble and bespoke textiles.
Whether you call it traditional with a twist, elegant eclectic or a just colourful family home this Gramercy Park apartment by interior designer is as joyful and exuberant as it is chic and stylish.
I fell in love with this flat in Barcelona with its great layout and use of colour that’s not overpowering. The family of four wanted light and colour in the space, and have it filled with music and art. Such a fun, timeless space. Put some pink and marble in a bathroom and I’m going to be all over that. By .