I continue to crush on the fabulous Parisian apartments the ladies of have designed. I continue to adore the details and the drama and the addition of colour. This dining room (though I’m unsure why it has a sink) is killer! LOVE that shelving! And the mirror!
I LOVE this restaurant by Polish interior design firm ! Restaurant is called Lord and idea of an Investor was to make English type pub in Poland. Name sound quite serious, but we do not want to scary people with too elegant, too luxury place so we invited our good friend artist Lisaanna Burda, who painted a whole family of aristocratic… dogs – a little less serious 🙂 Dark, dramatic dining rooms have always been a favourite of mine, so imagine some heavy velvet drapes, tufted leather chairs, a blingy chandelier and a huge dog portrait like these – I love that Weimeraner below.
I’m in Paddington Sydney and I’m stalking a warehouse conversion. Bright, white, what a delight! Indoor outdoor living with a relaxed, urban cool vibe. Colour, tick. Mid-mod industrial, tick. City skyline views, tick. Party house, tick. Perfect. Just need the $2.4 million. Oh well. A girl can dream. Link while it lasts.
I dislike red in any application. This is the first time I have ever actually liked a red in an interior. Kudos to interior designer for finding this perfect shade – Benjamin Moore’s Soft Glow, a coral red with pink undertones. It’s stunning with the artwork and fiddle leaf fig tree.
Actually I’m stalking an apartment by but in another incarnation. You’ll see the original styling of the apartment by the architect a few photos done but what is listed is another owner’s take on the space. Not quite as dramatic (or perhaps it’s the difference in photographers, the double images are from the architect’s website) this softer, whiter version still showcases the clever layout of this studio apartment in Potts Point, Sydney. Link while it lasts.