Move from the darkness into the light, from a terrace house untouched for decades into a contemporary family home. Inky blues and denims through to light white, cosy and intimate to communal these interiors by Briony Fitzgerald Design strike a perfect balance.
I love when a designer embraces the traditional and adds some personality and drama to keep it current. Some delightful eye candy from the portfolio of?Edinburgh, Scotland designer Lisa Guest.
Now I know what’s inside the darkness. It’s a shell pink dressing room. Artist in Residence by Anna Standish.
I sometimes feel the industrial interior trend has been completely overdone. But every once in a while a project catches my eye and I realize I still appreciate the moodiness and reusability of this style. Such as Pallet restaurant in Salt Lake City designed a few years ago by the consistently awesome cityhomeCOLLECTIVE. I’d LOVE to enjoy an evening here (post-pandemic of course).
Lots of brightness and warmth in this Michigan home designed by Jean Stoffer. It is a wonderful example of how to break up lots of white with some dark moments. The black front door, the dark kitchen coffee bar, the charcoal tile and millwork in the mudroom, the navy wainscotting and ceiling in the dining room, the dark green nursery…. all add drama and coziness.