HEYHEYHEY! I love this colour for an entrance. Entrances are actually the perfect place to be brave with colour. They’re small enough to re-paint when/if you tire of it, they’re the first interior space your visitors lay eyes on (s0 the perfect spot to make a style statement), and because they’re not a space you spend lots of time in, a colour you love is going to delight and sort-of-surprise you over and over again.
Ignoring the fact they have an actual small tree sitting on a bedside table, this is lovely. I have romantic notions of having a writing desk in my bedroom, for journalling and wistful staring off into the middle distance.
Kitchen designers Reform have done it again with their sustainable new range, UP. Designed by architects Lendager Group, it uses off-cuts of wood from Danish flooring company Dinesen that would have otherwise ended up as waste. Look good, do good.
And goddam does it LOOK. GOOD. Here it is in a dark oiled finish:
Sexy, sexy cabinet fronts.
A kitchen styled by new fave Instagrammer, Interior Designer Sabine Rusch Bolstad @werkstattoslo
Soft grey is the perfect neutral when you’re keen to keep the aesthetic clean, but want to create some depth in a space.
A few years ago, a very cool house in London called Herringbone House made the rounds of every international design blog. And then earlier this year, the designer of that home made news again with these loft apartments she designed with her husband, under their brand Chan + Eayrs. And now, Zoe Chan Eayrs and Merlin Eayrs have created for themselves another super unique, heart-filled home, titled The Weavers House.
They’ve reinterpreted the building’s Huguenot heritage with a sensitive, contemporary vocab, peeling back the layers of time and combining traditional materials, traditional techniques and traditional colour with open spaces, clean lines and considered details.
This husband and wife are two of the most exciting, sui generis designers in the industry at the moment.
Please (please) leave this page right now and go and have a good look through their website, especially The Weavers House tour.