You know what I say week after week. If you have to drag yourself work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. “Drag” is not a word I’d use when it comes to , an event space, photography studio and co-working space in Madrid. I want to move in and so will you when you see the kitchen and all the wonderful plants. Design by Sara Uriarte of .
A little bohemian for your afternoon in this East Village apartment by Jill Danyelle of . Fabulous neutral colour palette of mostly white and wicker and wood.
There is a little bit of country and a whole pile of colour in this farmhouse designed by California interior designer . Since many of our readers seem delighted when we post some colourful homes I thought you might enjoy this one. A LOT. No shortage of colour here! Soooo many wallpapers too. A pattern bonanza! (Photos: Lisahn Ellis for Country Living)
Two floors of sophisticated, urban living with a limited colour palette dictated by the industrial materials used throughout. Concrete, steel and glass warmed by rich, dark wood and leather. Unexpected touches of gold, mirror and antique pieces give a luxurious, almost deco feel to this industrial inner city home. South Yarra Apartment by Melbourne-based design studio .
How fun is this sitting room?!?! Divided with a steel and glass wall, 2 spaces were created. A sophisticated sitting area and a funky media room complete with built-in bar! LOVE THIS!!! By London-based .