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It has been quite a while since we featured the work of London interior design studio  so a big thanks to Miriam for sending over these photos of one their latest projects. This newly built 3 bedroom apartment in Fitzrovia is sophisticated and luxurious, yet comfortable. Such beautiful rich colours (that mustard/gold sofa!) and bold patterns (those curtains!) that add drama and warmth.

Photos: Anna Stathaki

Eclectic and colourful granny chic

Posted on Thu, 31 Jan 2019 by KiM

Eclectic and colourful, with an overtone of granny chic. Which makes this home absolutely to die for because I love all of those things together. This is such a mash-up of styles, and the colours are so beautiful I can’t stop staring at these photos and inspecting every intriguing inch. Congrats to Chloe Warner of design firm  for turning this San Francisco carriage home into something spectacular.


Check out more projects by Redmond Aldrich here and here

Home of a maximalist

Posted on Wed, 19 Dec 2018 by KiM

This 4 story Victorian townhouse in West London is calling out to all you maximalists and colour fanatics (and pottery collectors) out there. Overloading the senses? Too bright? Too much fun? You decide. Designed by .

Sunday at the café

Posted on Sun, 16 Dec 2018 by KiM

Finished your Christmas shopping and baking and wondering how to spend your Sunday afternoon? How about relaxing in a pink booth with a coffee at in Montréal’s neighbourhood of Mile End. Designed by , this 1500 sq ft space is home to a café, artisan workshop and boutique. The colour scheme of green, pink and yellow is so warm and energetic. I’ll have to check this place out next time I’m vintage shopping on St. Laurent.

Photos: Félix Michaud,

Tribeca residence

Posted on Fri, 14 Dec 2018 by midcenturyjo

Tribeca Loft. It has a lilt to it don’t you think. It rolls off your tongue with just a hint of envy in your voice, particularly when it’s a 4000 sq ft four bedroom, three and a half bath refurbishment by .The eclectic mix of furniture and art, the sense of space and at the same time luxury. It may be out of reach for the majority of us but a girl can dream.