Interior design

Powerscroft Road: relaxed elegance for the Victorian home redesigned by Daytrip Studio

I fell in love with this house as soon as I saw the pictures! What struck me so much? First of all, the atmosphere, this house gives me a sense of calm and peace. And then I was impressed by the essential but welcoming style, the whispered elegance, the materials and the colors. I also really like the mix of furnishings (many design icons) and accessories with which the house has been furnished. ...

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Fashion stylist Sophia Roe’s home

Today's home tour takes us to visit an elegant, sophisticated house and, as the owner describes it, with a masculine soul. It is the Copenhagen home of the influencer and fashion stylist Sophia Roe, daughter of the Nordic brand Louise Roe's founder. The style is essential but refined: a few but "important" pieces of furniture and a palette of neutral colors, except for the green accent. ...

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Pastel colors for a small apartment in London

Today I take you on a home tour that tastes like summer, with a fresh and relaxing atmosphere and where pastel colors dominate. We are in London, in one of the aparthotel of the Leman Locke chain. The one I show you today is located in East London; it was opened in 2016 and is the first aparthotel of the chain. The project is by the New York studio Grzywinski + Pons who, faithful to the ...

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Mo-tel House: a colorful and joyful interior

London based Office S&M, established by Catrina Stewart and Hugh McEwen, transformed a previously damp and dark space into a colorful and playful house for a young family of four. Mo-tel House is the remodeling of the lower ground floor of a Victorian townhouse in Islington, London. The name Mo-tel House was chosen to reflect the clients’ aspiration for a joyful and bright escape from grey ...

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Slate blue is the leitmotif of Atelier Zero’s L4 project

In today's post, I take you to “visit” a beautiful Milanese apartment: the renovation project was curated by Atelier Zero, a young Milanese architecture studio. The apartment created by Atelier Zero is the result of the union of two adjacent residential units. What characterizes this project is the color, a slate blue that acts as a common thread between the various rooms, and the shape of the ...

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