Is it a pop-up shop in a home or a home where you can stay and take home the sofa if you happen to love it? Why it’s both! Owner Tina Seidenfaden Busck reimagines each year, presenting a carefully curated and continually changing collection of art and design objects from the 20th century as well as pieces by renowned contemporary designers. This year you can even book a stay. It’s my dream of living in a shop come to life. I love the evolution of The Apartment over the years and particularly this summer’s celebration of colour, pattern and different cultures.
White walls are the canvas on which Barcelona-based designers layer texture and colour to create a stunning interpretation of Mediterranean living. Think rustic yet sophisticated, bold yet calming, washed with light and cultural references.
Photography by Pablo Zamora
Designers and partners Luke Edward Hall and Duncan Campbell live in an apartment in North London that occupies the second floor of a mid-nineteenth century townhouse. They love of vintage and mixing periods is evident in their home, as well as their love of colour and experimenting with paint. The first group of photos are from Luke’s when the apartment was a study in green, and the second group are from Duncan’s when pink and yellow were doing their thing.
The East London apartment of interior stylist is well….EVERYTHING. Of course it is styled to perfection but OMG the colours! From a deep green to an almost bubblegum pink and midnight blue, along with lots of quirky vintage pieces. I am experiencing severe heart palpitations. Photos:
“The brief for this project was to refresh and energise the interiors of a traditional Sydney terrace house in a style that would provide a dramatic backdrop for the client’s outstanding collection of antique and modern furniture, traditional and contemporary artworks and eclectic objets d’art.”
A narrow cottage in Sydney’s Woollaha undergoes a magical transformation by .