This week we found inspiration in a spacious Sydney renovation, the upcoming year’s color and grand homes in New England. Read on to learn what we’ve been admiring.
Above: Originally spotted on Design Milk, this light-filled residence is the work of Sydney-based Josephine Hurley Architecture. The firm renovated the top two floors of the iconic Edwards & Co. building into a private spacious apartment that celebrates the 19th building’s originality. Photograph by Tom Ferguson, courtesy of Josephine Hurley Architecture.
- The interior color of 2017.
- A living room update for one of our favorite clothing designers.
- The classic Poäng chair turns 40—and gets a new look.
- On the market: the Brady-Bündchen home in NYC.
Above: While poring over the latest issue of Gray magazine we were struck by this Colorado vacation house by Portland-based Skylab Architecture. Part architectural statement, part gathering place, the house’s angular form complements the surround landscape. Photographed by Jeremy Bitterman courtesy of Gray.
- A new SF eatery that marries Japanese joinery with modern flair.
- Destination: Rhode Island.
- Stylish stairways.
- Over on Gardenista: A Charred Wood Cottage on a $45K Budget.
Our Latest Instagram Obsession
Above: We’re keen to see what pieces Danish design company &tradition chooses to highlight in its feed. Like its unique library of furniture and lighting, the posts range from traditional to iconic Scandinavian modern seen here in this Arne Jacobsen Bellevue Lamp (@andtradition).
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