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Stoneleigh residences by Brant McFarlain

The Stoneleigh Residences by Dallas-based interior designer Brant McFarlain of R Brant Design are absolutely breathtaking. High on style and class with lots […]

Didier Benderli

It’s a play of colours, of shapes, of periods and styles. It’s a play on the senses, an appeal to […]

More kitchen dreams

Just when I think I have returned to the light the dark side draws me back  and I’m feeling the […]

A loft in SoHo

A wonderful combination of dark and light in this spacious loft in Soho styled by Graham Moss. Lots of fun […]

More from Anna Burles

I just had to share one more home by Anna Burles, a large, light-filled apartment in the heart of Kensington. From its […]

Waking up

Imagine waking up in this gorgeous master bedroom within a Grade-II listed Georgian townhouse in Islington, London. It’s just about […]

Concrete, wood and nature

The modern and simple architecture of this home is appealing to my inner minimalist. Add these massive doors and windows […]

Non-Hamptons Hamptons

Not a skerrick of blue and white. Yes it references old barns. Yes there are hydrangeas in tubs and a […]

Raspberry ripple

I love raspberries especially when they are not quite ripe.  All the promise of that distinctive red but just a […]

Art and colour

When colour and art join forces to produce a vibrant and fun home for an art-loving family in Austin. Another […]

Modern, edited and neutral

Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck It has been a long time since modern and somewhat minimalist has made my heart skip a beat. […]

Mid century, modern and classic

Close your eyes. Imagine a refurbished 80s condominium. Now imagine classic mid century pieces. Add in traditional art works. Pop […]

French Flair

Shall we tick off the list? It’s French. It has colour and personality not to mention the amazing art. It’s […]

Staged to sell in D.C.

Staging a home for sale is quite a task. De-personalizing and appealing to the broadest range of potential buyers is […]

Kinnersley Kent Design

London-based Kinnersley Kent Design have taken a tired and disjointed 1930’s house and created an understated yet luxurious home. Fresh […]

Benjamin Johnston

Classic and refined with an edge.  Subdued yet bold, with a mix of new and vintage. Some really hot spaces […]

White in Port Weybridge

It’s white, bright and totally livable. It’s family friendly, fresh and fab. I love the kitchen with its nod to […]

Black and white drama

I love the theatre of a great entrance. It’s all about setting the scene for your visitors. “Welcome. Welcome. Come […]

Cosmopolitan Condo

Award winning Los Angeles based Black Lacquer Design say they have a a penchant for all things pretty. Perhaps we […]

Brazilian drama

It’s dramatic. It’s stylish. It’s edgy and it’s the show home (or should I say apartment) by Studio ro+ca for […]

Earthy in Nanoose Bay

When you live along the edge of a bay, it only seems right to keep your spaces earthy and neutral. […]

Modern industrial by Regan Baker

I love this really fun, mid-century modern home designed by Regan Baker. Second home, stylish brewery owners, decided to hire Regan […]

Stalking Bonnie and Neill

Sssshhh! I’m stalking the home of Bonnie and Neil, the Melbourne-based studio creating beautiful hand crafted products for the home. […]

Modern Country House

It’s a quintessential English country house but with a modern twist. The renovation of this 18th century home in Oxfordshire […]

A barn conversion in Yorkshire

Nothing beats a wonderfully executed conversion, like this barn located in Yorkshire, England. I absolutely love the vintage details with […]

Edgy classic

A classic family home with an edge. That’s how Katie Hackworth describes her reworking of this house in the Capitol […]

Favourite things

Polished concrete floors with exposed aggregate, rendered bathroom walls, raw brass, painted brick, breeze block, open plan living. These are […]

The Collector’s Apartment

An amazing collection of artifacts and sculpture, an oh so chic apartment, a stunning Eiffel Tower view and not one […]

Gardening in New York

As you walk along the man-made canyons of New York it pays to look up. You may just see a […]

Rancho Santa Fe Villa

Rancho Santa Fe villa, in all its earthy, rustic glorious goodness. A place I would be eternally happy living in. […]

60’s Beach Pad

It’s almost the weekend baby and I couldn’t think of a more perfect chill out pad than this colourful bohemian […]

The Courtyard House

Built on the long, narrow site of a formed garage, this West London house is bright and light thanks to […]

Garden goals

There are three things I know when it comes to gardens. 1) I love gardening on a weekend, 2) I […]

A family home in Tel Aviv

A big thanks to interior designer Scott Talmon for sending over photos of one of his recent projects. This is the […]

A library that’s central to all

Haussmannian architecture, signature furniture pieces and a foyer now converted to a library full of books. Just about ticks all […]

Los Feliz style

Love the vibe in this home designed by L.A. based designer Barbie Palomino. Some dark paint choices make it moody, […]

A dreamy Paris apartment

I could not love this Paris apartment more. Seriously spectacular detail. By Studio Razavi Architecture. Before Baron Haussmann started gutting […]

Stalking while we’re waiting

Hi everybody! We’re still here. The new blog is coming along just fine. We’re tidying up and fine tuning. What […]

Raw yet warm

Because there is nothing hotter than the combination of concrete, velvet and black. With a humble and intimate approach to the […]

Nothing beats neutrals

Hey dear readers. The blog redesign is taking a bit longer than expected so in the meantime Jo and I […]


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