Remember this house by d’apostrophe design? Here is more!
I just love this punch of red from the vintage moroccan rug on the floor. My fav Living Divani sofa, the extra wall. A minimalist fireplace after my own heart. The floating panels above conceal ductwork…brilliant.
Dinesen wide-plank Douglas-fir floorboards. BDDW floor lamp.
Chairs and matching side table are vintage Allan Gould.
Amazingly cool speakers are by Proclaim Audioworks. Vintage Belgian chair. I could totally practice yoga here, you?
Super cute ducduc beds.
This interior by Gilles & Boissier is such an effortless mix of classic form with a modern material palate. Swoon!
The moldings in this apartment are stunning not to mention the disappearing drapery panels and romans.
I have to say that I am in love with this chunky natural abaca rug paired with these tailored white and grey slipcovers on this herringbone floor. It is absolutely perfect.
Christophe delcourt table? The composition here is just right.
My fav, a banquette wrapped around the dining table.
Ethereal. This sconce is amazing… love it all!
I recently stumbled across the brilliant work of NY designer Pol Theis. He creates very interesting dynamic interiors with unexpected elements.
The relaxed romans add an informality and softness to the cubist nature of the Paola Lenti Atollo sofa. I think this is my new favorite sofa.
I really like the idea of floor to ceiling cabinetry and this lit niche behind the bed.
These babies kind of freak me out but I like the idea of clusters of objects perched on shelving.
Great great floor lamps next to the bed.
I have been obsessing over this house for a while now and cannot believe I have not posted about it yet…This brilliant 5300 sq. ft. barn transformation in Remsenburg, NY by d’apostrophe design headed up by Francis D’Haene, a belgian architect was created for one of the founders of the Le Pain Quotidian. They literally re-engineered the whole structure, knocking down interior walls and creating a perfectly balanced minimalist + rustic interior. Can I please live here?
Cedar planks salvaged from a working barn. Double set of custom Dutch doors.
Ahhh, everything I <3…douglas fir floors, white lacquer kitchen, rustic ceiling beams, the extra wall sofa by Piero Lissoni and pops of color (red) in the vintage moroccan rug.
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Custom cabinetry by Poliform. I happen to love the concept of linear windows behind cooktops/sinks like this.
I love the idea of a big banquette around the dining table…very cozy. Tom Dixon beat pendants, Hans Wegner wishbone chairs.
This is a yoga room! A-frame, rustic wood ceiling beam, minimal sleek walls, carrera marble floors and a big happy picture window. Sigh…
Gregory Holm Photography | Interior Design July 2010
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I will be spending my weekend sitting here and reading a book…in theory. Love the thinness of the cushion. Happy weekend!
My fav fav clothing store, Heist, is right down the street from me on Abbot Kinney…yes, very dangerous. They recently moved into a new super cool space designed by Mike Lee and Deb Rumens of Chinese Jesus. They carry great hard to find designers like Isabel Marant, Brochu Walker and Pantofola D’Oro, among many others. I love everything about it and everything in it.
Heist | 1100 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CA 90291 | 310.450.6531 | shopheist.com
This looks like such a relaxing haven of a room! Nathan Turner rug.
Clean, vintage and warm…love the striped rug from Jamal’s Rug Collection and safari chairs from Lawson-Fenning.
Gorgeous! I love the pale grey cabinets!
via In Style | Photography by Dean Kaufman | Interiors by Chiara de Rege