I’m not sure which I love more, British Victorians or Brooklyn-style townhomes. Why decide? I can’t have either because these do no exist in any way, shape, or form here in Ottawa but I will continue to share these gems because I can’t be stopped! This townhouse on Delancey Street in Philadelphia has details that make me swoon. Just the foyer alone is a stunner. Designer turned this home into something magazine worthy with so much class and personality. The kitchen and main bathroom are to die for!
A sprawling Bridgehampton house and the stylish curation of designer translates to a traditional vernacular mixed with clean modern lines, vintage with high end, natural materials, effortless sophistication and a casual summertime chic. It’s my Hamptons dream not some clichéd nightmare. (You can see my previous post on Timothy’s work here.)
I’m stalking a confection of a house in Sydney’s Watson Bay. A converted 1920’s Masonic Hall that has undergone a “Frenchification”. So many beautiful glimpses at what has been because unfortunately it has been sold for quite some time. A girl can still dream can’t she? Don’t miss the video for so much more. Link while it lasts and if you are intertested in what it looked like when it sold in 2015 check out .
When I first laid eyes on this house by all I wanted to do was pack my bags, hop a plane and move right in. It’s the Hudson, New York home of the firm’s founding partner David Mann. Intimate, simple yet stylish, a window onto how the designer loves to live. Speaking of windows if the front door is locked when I turn up to claim squatter’s rights I might just scamper through one of those multi-paned Federal windows to gain access.
I love the theatre of a great entrance. It’s all about setting the scene for your visitors. “Welcome. Welcome. Come into my world.” And there’s nothing better than the drama of a black and white palette like this foyer and staircase by design studio Simple yet luxurious, it’s a vibrant mix of black and white, old and new.