At first I wanted to post just on projects from the OscarsProperties portfolio, but I couldn’t decide so, here’s a bit of everything. The design of all the spaces is simply amazing, one can not decide! oscarproperties.se/
This spacious Constantia home located in Western Cape, South Africa is a collaboration between designer and owner of La Grange Interiors, Sumari Krige, and Pretoria designer Adéle van der Merwe. bloglovin// pinterest // facebook// twitter// instagram
The Extramuros Villa was built in Arraiolos, a small city north of Evora, the Capital of Alentejo, in Portugal The region, which is the largest of the county, is well known for its unspoiled beautiful nature, historical treasures, quiet lifestyle & rich gastronomy). Decorated with furniture and art from the 1950’s until today, the villa has contemporary design with a
One gorgeous showcase apartment by Spring & Mercer in Covent Garden. The Russel is the one of the latest Victorian building converted in apartments and the first floor was designed as warehouse but Spring & Mercer’s design team led by interior design team, led by Tamiko Onozawa and Sophie Ashby did an astonishing job, transforming the industrial space in a homey
I kinda exaggerated with the amount of photos posted but this stunning space has four purposes, kitchen, dinning area, pantry and laundry room. Pretty cool, right? It won the Audience Award at Casa Decor Awards for best space if my Spanish isn’t that rusty, correct if I’m wrong. Luisa and Chone Deulonder the Sotilla of Deulonder Arquitectura Doméstica are the interior
To start the week on a dreamy note, let me present you a couple of snippets of the The Estura Villas in Salcombe from Savills. They are the first development of new properties in quite some years, 20 to be more exact, right on the waters’ edge in Salcombe. That explains the amazing view the villas have. There are ten
Happy Friday, darlings! This is my last day of vacation, actually vacation is quite inaccurate because I worked throughout the week, but no classes, so that was awesome. Wonder what’s with all this pretty spaces? They were saved by me in the last few days hoping to include them in several posts, but observed a little pattern and they go well together,
A beautiful San Francisco masculine interior to make up for the last of posts this week, the home of Henry Urbach and Stephen Hartman. I’m loving the dark floors and the sharp lines of this home. Also, how awesome are the two toned closet and that chair in the second picture? A great trend in mother homes these days, and
I’ve fallen in love with Michelle Adam’s home featured in the March issue of Lonny, simply gorgeous!
I am in love with that kitchen!!! Edgy apartment in Denmark see more on housetohome.