Lovely city escape in Denmark care of Marie Claire Maison. How great is that window in the third picture? Looks like art.
This is quite an apartment. I love the dark cabinetry with the wide plank floors. The kitchen is fantastic – I think that might be a floating hood vent, I’m not sure. I have no idea how that would work – but it looks very cool. I also don’t know what type of counter top is used, but it has this very neat texture. I love that the original ceilings were maintained + Sergio Rodriquez chair + Caravaggio pendants + + +. I only wish they’d shown the living room – you can get a glimpse of an oversized pendant in the space, but man, would I love to see it. Thanks Marie Claire Maison.
I’d be thrilled to stay in a shack anywhere near Sardinia – so I can only imagine what it would be like to stay in a place like this:
Contemporary home in “ile de La Maddelena” designed by architect Jean-Paul Arrivetz, as seen in Marie Claire Maison.
What I particularly love: Window instead of backsplash in kitchen, tiled bathroom walls, black oval tub. steel beams. Could go on and on…
I’ve designed a house with pretty neutral tones – walnut floors, white walls, charcoal doors and accents. But I love colour. I think little touches of colour here and there make a home.
Here are some shots that add a bit of upmh by mixing it up a bit.
Above: Home designed by Isle Crawford as seen in NY Times Style Section
Above: Photos from Lovenordic blog.
Home of Charlotte and Philippe Hedman-Gueniau as seen in Marie-Claire Maison via FrenchByDesign.