It’s like I say time and time again. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend then it certainly helps if it’s somewhere super stylish. Birkenstock 1774 Paris Showroom by Nick Vinson. (OMG! It’s chair heaven. I’m moving in.)
The perfect way to amp up the drama. A black and white palette for maximum contrast, a statement chair and large artworks. I’ll take it all! By Fino Prydz, a Norwegian artist and interior designer based in New York. (You can shop for art prints by Prydz here.)
Simone Haag “likes to think of a house as a blank page, an empty book – boundless, full of possibilities – a story wanting to be written, a tale waiting to be told.” In the case of this Melbourne house she has penned a best seller. It’s a collaboration between stylish fashion director client and designer, the end result being a sensationally chic and fashion forward house. That living room sends shivers up and down my spine and did you notice the gradation in the dining chairs? Sigh!
Photography by Mark Roper
Rich velvets and metallics, fine art and carefully curated collections, dark corners and soaring ceilings. It’s all about the drama, a glamorous modern drama. Luxurious, refined, sophisticated, rich. West Village Residence by New York based Carlyle Designs.
Here is a little something to distract you all from the fact that this is the last day of July. A stunning bedroom by Tori Golub. That Hans Wegner Flag Halyard chair is everything.