So here is something for the weekend for you to browse through.
This month's issue is slick.
It has great architectural features, styling and superb photography.
I adore this room in every way but I do wonder if there is a misfit in the household because there is a chair on the right facing the wall.
I want to try and recreate this bedroom if
I get a bedroom layout like this. I adore the draped walls and
that specific treatment on the drapes.
The following flat was decorated by Todd Alexander Romano.
He is so dapper, like his home.
I get tempted to paint rooms gloss but as mentioned in a previous post, my builder flat out refuses gloss finish.
The gloss finish reminds me of Asian enameled and lacquered storage boxes.
Grey and yellow is different but I can't see those curtains lasting more than a few months tops.
I can feel the power and panache of a proper New Yorker
in this editorial.
John Saladino works his magic on this flat.
I think even in a home that has neutral palette,
it is nice to have on punchy room to offset the calm.
Isn't the photography and light streaming through the windows like a Vermeer painting?
This is one of those fantastic North American houses with such space that could house about 10 normal British ones.
I am a big fan of Mica Ertegun.
She is the one who wrote about decanting dish washing liquids to offset a brand by the kitchen sink.
I have a lot of time for her and I tried to enlarge the article to the maximum for you to read.
This is for Jenny at The Lime Walk who is deciding
between wood or tile!
I had bone inlaid furniture fatigue. Now I must specify my personal definition of fatigue. It is something I love but then it becomes so ubiquitous that I become "over it". But you always come back to it. I now decided I need something bone-y again.
There was a great article about choosing and working with an interior designer. It highlighted and broke some myths about working with them.
Below is my favourite editorial of the whole issue.
I loved its use of color and the balance between classic design
and theatrical decor touches.
The balance of the red carpets and the ceiling with all the colors in between is so finely tuned.
I could easily live in this bedroom and I love the tassled fringe on the chaise longue.
In an ideal world, I would decorate my room like this but of course you would get lattice fatigue!