There is something intriguing and attractive in Australian design that seems so unusual and fresh for us. Browsing the works of Australian designers is always entertaining – you can learn a lot, expand your knowledge or just enjoy unique spaces. We already posted about the BMID studio, but the company does not stand still and continues to create – today we have the best of their latest projects. Enjoy!
What could be better than a dose of first-class modern French design at the beginning of the week! The Paris-based studio Texier & Soulas does everything right – designers emphasize the beauty of Parisian architecture with the help of modern techniques and interior pieces. These are very elegant and beautiful spaces that inspire and raise the quality of life to a new level. Enjoy watching!
Design studio from London JJ McCarthy did not try to reinvent the wheel. Their interiors honor traditional English design that we all love so much. And even if there are almost no modern trendy stuff, and the style can be described as an English classic, these living spaces look very harmonious and pleasing to the eye. Indeed, such design is timeless!
Designer Alyssa Kapito really has a unique signature style. Her interiors are incredibly soft and sensual, but at the same time, they are elegant and exquisite, without girly florals and country shabby things. The color scheme that she loves to work with consists mainly of light pastel semitones and shades diluted with tasty and stylish accents. Unique designer furniture pieces and accessories, which Alyssa uses in her work, is another thing that we admire in her portfolio. Beautiful design!
Designer Michael Del Piero has a passion for old and shabby things, that give the home a gorgeous vintage look and a feeling that it was built many years ago. At the same time, interiors that she creates are not for museums and exhibitions, they are also modern and comfy, meeting all the needs of today’s life. Subtle and beautiful!
Bright colors and shades – that’s what we like the most about interiors by English studio Kellings Design as these designers do not hesitate to bright colors and bold palettes. As for the usually neutral English interiors, this approach looks fresh and daring, but the risk is completely worth taking – their spaces are simply wonderful. Enjoy!
The whole life of designer Drew McGukin is connected with New York: he grew up here, was educated at New York School of Interior Design, and after the completion in 2010, opened a self-titled studio here. His style can be described as bold but refined, elegant and at the same time comfortable, unexpected but personal, sexy but necessarily appropriate. Today we have the best interiors from Drew McGukin’s beautiful portfolio. Enjoy!
Robert Brown collected more than 20 awards from American Society of Interior Designers and was named Southeastern Designer of the Year by Veranda Magazine. Before setting up his studio, he worked more than 20 years in the fashion industry, where he has managed to perfect his impeccable sense of style. The space created by Robert are distinguished by elegant aesthetics, exclusive furniture and decor, elegant classic lines and shapes. Enjoy!
The framework for Natalia Miyar projects is almost always very simple: white monochrome walls and ceiling, no frills or complicated architectural elements. But what saturates these spaces is the expressive and unique prints and textures that she skillfully combines with each other. Paintings and wall decor also play a key role in these interiors: a large picture is often the element around which the design of a particular room is built. Enjoy!
Before becoming a designer Ben Pentreath studied Art History at famous Edinburgh University, and this had a great impact on his future career. For more than 10 years now, he has been creating interiors in a style that can be characterized as faultless, exquisite, timeless English classics. Only a great talent and a real master can combine various unusual color shades, antique furniture and cozy decor can in such a beautiful manner. Enjoy!