Minimalist, modern with heritage features retained and packed with standout Australian art. What could be better? I guess if I moved in I would probably fall victim to my maximalist ways and start moving more things in but it’s houses like this that make me wish I could Marie Kondo my way to a simpler way of living, expensive yes but simpler. I’m stalking in Sydney’s Surry Hills. Link while it lasts.
The drama of a black and white colour scheme always wins points with me. This 200 sq m Milan home has an art deco vibe and only subtle touches of colour like a couple of leopard print benches and velvet pillows. So classic. By .
Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield of have been wowing Lisa and I for years. I think we featured them for the first time about 11 years ago and haven’t since so it’s about damn time for a refresher! I love their bold, sassy style – classy and modern with quirky details for some funkiness. Exhibit A – that green stair runner with leopards. Not many homes can pull that off but how freaking fun is that?!
I came across the portfolio of interior designer recently and was intrigued by her bold use of colour and pattern in a modern way. Here are 2 apartments she designed. The first is in Luxembourg and the second is her own apartment in Saint Germain, Paris. Both are just really graphic, eye-popping and ballsy. So I now love her. And she makes me want to grab a paint brush, a huge canvas and some black paint and make some art.