Damien Langlois Meurinne has a modern luxe filled portfolio that is a must see. I appreciate the rooms that almost have a monochromatic feel. Monochromatic is tuff to pull off but Damien adds enough layer and texture to depth to his projects. I usually have a favorite room in a grouping of images like this but it is hard to pick just one. If I had to pick one it would have to be the last picture, it has a minimal but significant feel.
This industrial minimal barber shop by Union Atelier is so simple in color and design it is quite calming. When I firs t saw this place the words industrial, minimal and modern all came to my mind. The furniture is the “contrast” in the rooms as the walls and ceilings are white and light gray creating a white interior box.
If you are not familiar with Hilderbrandt Studio, it might be a good idea to do so. The Kelsey & Ladd House’s interiors were styled for listing purposes and they look amazing and fit the home perfectly. Since the last time I featured their work the studio has grown into something beautiful.
“An extensive selection of ceramic vessels by UCLA artists David Cressey and Robert Maxwell, dating from the 1960s through the 1970s, make the ceramics section particularly notable.”
Kvadrat and Raf Simons team up to create Places & Spaces. This isn’t super recent news but I came across this project and loved it. Raf Simons, creative director at Parisian fashion house Dior has an impeccable design sense. Mix that with some of the most exquisite fabric and you get these stunning settings. I have used Kvadrat’s textiles in a few projects and am a loyal enthusiast. The color blocking along with the individual textures create a stimulating union.
Mid century in Urbana Illinois is this amazing 1967 home. The home was design by architect John Replinger. I have always loved this configuration. A “U” or horse shoe shape with walls of glass facing inward. If I get the opportunity to build/design my own home some day this will be it, I pretty much have it planned in my head. The interior brick wall adds a nice textural surface. At this price I need to move in pronto!
This Boston residence by Pappas Miron Design has a great mix of styles. That sofa in the first picture covered in Jack Lenor Larsen fabric is pretty striking. The ceiling light fixture in pic two makes that room for me. There was one other room that caught my eye. Most of the time bathrooms don’t really grab my attention unless they are over the top covered in some crazy patterned marble. This bathroom as simple as it is makes a beautiful statement. The green tiled wall against the natural stone floor just does it for me, who knew?