The owners missed Los Angeles so interior designers Maria Lindgren & Adele Lonergan of Covet & Noir created a little bit of California for them in this London home. A clever mix of new and vintage furniture, art and accessories it is full of light with a neutral yet warm palette. Monochrome has never popped so much.
Photography by Edmund Dabney
It’s no surprise we love New York based Aussie expat interior designer Tali Roth. We are constantly drawn to her chic, urban interiors with their emphasis on low clean lines, stylish comfort and fab art. Throw in layered textures and a restrained palette enlivened by pops of colour and this Howard St apartment is ticking all my boxes.
Photography by Nick Glimenakis
Tasmin at Fawn Interiors Studio reached out about her relaunched website and I discovered this project while checking it out. I’ll forever be a fan of dark and moody spaces so this one caught my attention. In the first stage of restoring (and de-modernizing) a Victorian vicarage in Oxfordshire, she started with the snug and home office. Dark walls and sumptuous velvets in the snug along with some rustic touches and new-old shutters in the office make these spaces really work.
From restrained neutrals to colour pops, traditional style apartment to contemporary warehouse. Click on the picture to be taken to the real estate listing. Via realestate.com.au.
I have two words that I would use to describe this old barn conversion. “Yes please.” I love the romance of the rustic, the collection of well loved furniture and of course the art. Converted Barn/Artist Studio: Provincetown, Massachusetts by Cafiero Select.
Photography by Don Freeman