Friday, September 21, 2018

A fresh and colorful patterned-filled vacation home in Florida!


This vacation home in Florida is designed by Hannah Crowell for her young clients and kids. Instead of creating a typical Florida beach house, she incorporated her signature mix of vibrant color, bold pattern, eclectic artwork and furnishings into her clients' home. The results? A fresh, fun and functional home! Let's take a look!













Photo credit: Seamus Peane

Such a beautiful home, inside and out! I love how vibrant, imaginative and effortless it looks! By fearlessly combining colors, patterns and textures, this home oozes style, beauty and personality. I am especially drawn to the bright and airy living room and the playful child's room with the striking wallpaper. Are you a fan of this colorful residence as well? What are your thoughts?

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Favorite room of the week!


This gorgeous room is designed by Mark D. Sikes. By incorporating a palette of greens and neutrals, this space exudes a calming vibe. Brass, clean lines, natural elements and a mix of classic and contemporary pieces were incorporated to create a fresh, timeless and elegant feel. I love how crisp, polished and chic this living room looks. What are your thoughts?



Photo credit: One Kings Lane

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Book review- City Of Angels: Houses and Gardens of Los Angeles!


Today, I am thrilled to share a lovely new publication from Vendome Press with you. Thanks to Meghan Phillips for sending me City Of Angels: Houses and Gardens of Los Angeles. In this book authored by Jennifer Ash Rudick, you will find more than 25 houses, bungalows, artists' studios, and art-filled compounds that feature the best of the city's architecture and design. Let's check it out!


Here's a glimpse of what's inside this stunning book!












Photo credit: Firooz Zahedi

I can't take my eyes off this gorgeous book and its abundance of awe-inspiring images! In this book, the author leads us inside the homes of film producers and directors, artists, photographers, collectors, architects, interior designers, musicians and bohemians living happily in houses designed by renowned architects, interior designers and garden designers including Lloyd Wright, Rudolph Schindler, Richard Neutra, John Lautner, Harold Levitt, Rex Lotery, Peter Dunham, David Netto, Waldo Fernandez, Cliff Fong, Madeline Stuart, Mark D. Sikes, Mark Haddawy, Kulapat Yantrasast, Suzanne Rheinstein and Michael S. Smith.

Illustrated with hundreds of photographs of breathtaking homes, beautiful architecture and charming gardens, this book is perfect for those who love being transported to extraordinary places. With 392 pages of visually delightful and engaging content, this inspiring book is ideal for all design and architecture fans! Truly a gem and shouldn't be missed! Highly recommended! 

Get your copy here!

*I received  this book to review for free but the views and opinions expressed are entirely my own.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Inside Emily Henderson's latest transformation!


This beautiful Portland, Oregon home belongs to Ken and Katie (Emily Henderson's brother and his wife) that they bought with the intention of flipping. With the help from Emily and her team, this home has been expanded by 1,300 square feet and with a third floor addition, thanks to a change of floor plan. The results? A bright, airy and spacious abode with character and soul. Let's take a look, shall we? 










Photo credit: Sara Ligorria-Tramp for EHD

How gorgeous is this home? Modern yet classic with a hint of casual glam, this abode feels effortlessly fresh, inviting and timeless. A combination of blues, neutrals and recurring elements such as brass, silver and marble are incorporated from one room to another to create flow and a sense of cohesiveness. Chic, calming and thoughtfully designed, what's not to love about this stunning home? Your thoughts? 

Friday, September 14, 2018

Inside a chic and colorful weekend house in the Hamptons!


This beautiful Southampton home is designed by Amanda Nisbet for a family of five. With a flair for creating impactful designs through colors, this weekend house is transformed into a fresh, vibrant and inviting abode. Let's check it out, shall we?










Photo credit: Max Kim-Bee

How gorgeous is this home? By incorporating bright colors, unexpected bold patterns and classic silhouettes, this waterfront home evokes style, sophistication and understated elegance at the same time. I am truly inspired by this traditional home with a chic, contemporary twist, how about you, my lovelies? Any thoughts? 

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Favorite room of the week!


This beautiful eating area and kitchen is designed by Celerie Kemble. By incorporating a red and white palette, this space feels youthful and energetic! I like how the designer uses the same type of French bistro chairs and counter stools to tie both areas together. A gorgeous custom leather bench grounds the space and provides additional seating. To create contrast, a classic style table is juxtaposed against an unexpected modern light fixture. Meanwhile, the kitchen is kept predominantly white for a bright and airy feel. Fresh and effortlessly chic, what's not to love about this delightful breakfast and kitchen area? Your thoughts?



Photo credit: Francesco Lagnese

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Cool designer alert- Jeremiah Brent!


Introducing talented California-based designer, Jeremiah Brent. With a "no rules" approach to California Modern style inspired by natural beauty of his home state and travels, his work always feel fresh and effortless. Without further ado, let's take a look at his gorgeous portfolio, shall we? 























The designer: Jeremiah Brent

Photo credit: Jeremiah Brent

Isn't his work absolutely stunning? By combining neutral palettes, sleek and edgy silhouettes, modern sculptural furnishings, luxurious materials, metallic pieces and wood elements, his designs evoke warmth, timelessness and style. Effortlessly stylish with a modern edgy vibe, what's not to love about this design aesthetic? Your thoughts?

To learn more about his work, please visit: https://www.jeremiahbrent.com/.