It’s how you feel in a space that is important to Sydney-based interior architecture practice . and in that case I’d feel fabulous in this moody Darlinghurst house. I love the play of the white against the navy, how the rich cognac leather grounds and warms, how “the new design is a subtle evolution/development of the building’s original character without sacrificing the classic charming elements.”
An asteroid may have crashed into the Yucatán Peninsula at Chicxulub many, many years ago but this beachside residence in the same town by Mexican designer packs just as much punch. (I know. I know. Lousy pun.) Chic and sophisticated yet relaxed with a touch of rustic. Right now I’m daydreaming of sipping cool drinks in the seaside cabana.
Connecticut and NYC based interior designer believes that people don’t just live in their home, they form a relationship with it. Her style is eclectic, a casually elegant mix of old and new along with the quirky, the whimsical and pieces that tell a story. What she creates is a home that tells the owner’s story, the best sort of home.