This beautiful stone home perched above Austin was remodelled by local firm working with clients who “were inspired by a European mid-century modern aesthetic, while still acknowledging their love for old world New England style”. The result is not only beautiful and functional but the attention to detail and fine finishes were paramount.
“The talented design team at excels at creating contemporary luxury through their refined aesthetic, perfectly balanced with welcoming comfort and functionality”
Carefully curated, relaxed yet sophisticated, beautiful and just a little bit fun. Can we talk about those swinging couches? I seriously need those in my life and a view to match. The house is in the Madison Club, a private residential community in La Quinta, California. Exclusive location and gorgeous home.
Close your eyes and imagine living in Paris in an apartment over your own art gallery. When I imagine such an appealing scenario this might just be what my mind’s eye sees. White and wood, amazing art matched by interesting architecture, old bones and modern minimalism, it is more like living in your own gallery immersed in the works of some of France’s best contemporary artists. 200 m² of French sophistication in the 9th arrondissement by . (You can see our other posts here and here.)
Photography by Bertrand Fompeyrine
This Brooklyn Brownstone, a calm oasis in the bustling city, with its carefully curated marriage of old and new furniture and neutral colour palette is taken to the next level by masterful layering of texture on texture and quirky touches of boho. I’m sure you won’t be surprised that it’s an interior designer’s own home. The designer? .
It’s what I say time and time again (join me if you want) … if you have to drag your sorry self into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere super stylish. Amanu West Hollywood (bespoke leather sandles while you wait) by .
Photography by Stephen Busken