If a genie ever granted me three wishes I think it would be a hard toss up between a cure for COVID-19, world peace, a solution for global warming and a stylish pied-à-terre in Paris. Actually it would be a fight between a cure for COVID-19, world peace and a solution for global warming for the last two spots. A pied-à-terre in Paris is a given ;P I think I might just take this one by Gaspard Ronjat Interiors and Design.
I can barely tear myself away from the first few photos of this Houston mid-century home. Combining 2 of my favourite things – mid-century architecture and a huge wrap-around porch. OH EM GEE. I must carry on. This absolutely delightful home was given the Jamie Bush organic modernism touch with art gallery vibes, but where you feel comfortable enough to kick your shoes off and jeans are welcome any day of the week.
Photos: Roger Davies
An 1860’s home in Dublin is rebuilt after a fire (owned by artist Eva Donovan), with hints of art deco, mid-century and some Parisian vibes. Designer Suzie Mc Adam went for a bolder interpretation than before the fire, but when given the opportunity to start fresh, how could you not take some risks?
Photos: Ruth Maria
The owners of this apartment in Moscow wanted it to be bright and spacious and reflect their personalities and passion to travel. They must have very outgoing and eclectic personalities because WOW is this space ever both of those! Such vibrant colours, and unique details like the mural behind the tub, the rug made from used clothing and cushion from vintage jeans army tents and a Chinoiserie mural by the kitchen.? I really admire designer Daria Vasilkova‘s creativity and attention to detail. (Love the glass wall sconces repeated throughout the apartment in rather random placements)
A home with beautiful architecture calls for beautiful decor. The neutral colour palette, sumptuous furnishings, and a mix of old and new make this home very easy on the eye. Classy yet cozy and warm. Another project by Indianapolis firm Haus Love Interiors.