Design studio, Banda has done it again with this West London townhouse. Founded and led by Princess Beatrice’s husband, Edo Mapelli Mozzi, Banda specializes in combining contemporary design with timeless elegance. The London townhouse, named Apartment 6 is on the third floor of a classic Grad-II building. The space combines what was once four separate apartments into one.
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Today we are going on a renovated Manhattan townhouse tour. I have to tell you this home is full of surprising interior design choices. With classic style at heart, this townhouse uses color, pattern, and texture in unique ways making this interior something you have never seen before. I love how this home balances more neutral and classic rooms with bright and loud rooms. On to the images!
Get ready to explore a neutral color palette London Apartment Tour. There is nothing quite like lusting after gorgeous European spaces. I stumbled upon this apartment and was immediately in awe of the modern/contemporary look paired with some more classic elements. Some highlights of this space are the gorgeous detailed molding and the high ceilings. Get ready to be wowed by this incredible space!
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Today we are exploring a gorgeous Paris Apartment. There is something so romantic about Paris – I’m not sure if it’s in the air, the architecture, or the art but it’s impossible not to notice. That feeling is everywhere in Paris and certainly translates to this beautiful apartment. Let’s start exploring!
Today I’m incredibly excited to take you on a tour through Steve Jones’ home. Steve Jones is an old friend of mine and was my mentor on the COCOCOZY Design House! Steve has an interesting story. He grew up in Laguna Beach and worked for Also Quiksilver for many years. In the last 10-15 years, he has changed directions and took on flipping homes. He has flipped almost 150 homes in Los Angeles!
This Manhattan townhouse is bright with the perfect amount of bold. The vision for this home was creating spaces that are playful, unique, and casual. Designed by Elizabeth Roberts this townhouse is packed with thoughtful design that inspires the viewer. From the moment I saw these spaces I knew I had to share it!
Get ready to tour a STUNNING Park Ave Apartment in NYC. These contemporary interiors are drool-worthy and will inspire you to update your home pronto. The color palette is beyond words and looks amazing room to room. Plus there is outfit inspiration for each room in this apartment that will make you wish you had an event to attend in this incredible apartment – or better yet, live in it!
Maison de la Luz is an incredible New Orleans hotel. It’s equal parts quirky, bold, and luxurious. It’s hard to believe that this space had a complete renovation. Atelier Ace took charge of rehabilitation while Studio Shamshiri tackled design. Exploring this hotel is a treat! Such a breathtaking blend of styles, colors, and patterns.
Lately, I have been guilty of dreaming of English Homes for Sale. Does anyone else enjoy browsing house listings and thinking about your life there? It can’t be just me! Years ago I thought I was going to move to London for a bit. I was between jobs and started the process. Before I got too far along in my plans a recruiter reached out here and I never ended up leaving. On a recent trip, I went outside of London and learned I would love to own a home in the English Countryside or suburbs one day.
When I ran across this rustic cabin makeover I knew I had to cover it! This New Hampshire cabin is completely off the grid. Alice Saunder knew immediately once she saw it that it was going to be hers. With the help of her boyfriend, they turned this bare-bones cabin into a sanctuary. It was no easy task. The cabin had no electricity, running water or even cell reception. The end result is simply amazing! It makes me want to go buy a rustic cabin right now.
One thing I love posting about is celebrity home tours. When I ran across a tour of Liv Tyler’s West Village Townhouse I knew I had to cover it! A look inside Liv Tyler’s whimsical and beautifully designed townhouse! This stunning townhouse was entirely redone and was a historical renovation. They did an amazing job at adding custom molding, woods floors, pocket doors and more! This house tour is so good that it inspired two other post ideas that are now on my list!
This gorgeous colorful Spanish colonial home is located in Franklin Hills. It was designed by Reath Design! When I ran across this home tour I was immediately intrigued by how well this home does color. This home is full of bold color choices and prints. I didn’t think it was possible to create a home with so much going on but this house makes it look easy. It’s not my go-to style but it’s incredibly beautiful and brilliantly designed. The darker feel to the home is perfect for the fall season!
Today is a stunning West Coast House Tour. There is nothing quite like a beachy neutral designed home. While I may never own one I could look at images of them all day. The owner of this breathtaking home is the owner of the natural skincare line Lesse. It’s very clear that the owners of this home embrace the neutral color palette in all aspects of life. Let’s check out this amazing home!
If I could do a Paris Apartment Tour every week I would. I’m a huge fan of Parisian style. The clothing, the food, the architecture, the interiors – all of it just fascinates me. There’s just such an effortless beauty to the French way. That appreciation translates over to French Interiors. There’s such a unique combination of architecture, vintage, and modern. I’m a huge fan of the French brand Sézane that when I found images of her Paris Apartment I knew I would have to share!
This Tudor House Tour is a spectacular home in LA. I love hearing about renovations and bringing old homes back to life which is exactly what happened to this home. The original idea was to re-do this home back to its original glory but after some work, a lot of structural issues came up. They got a bit more than they bargained for but were able to really customize this space to their needs. The final design turned out amazing!
Today I’m highlighting a blogger turned mega entrepreneur – Justina Blakeney. She is known for her blog turned interior design store Jungalow. Her products cover a wide variety of products: bed + bath, art, home decor, planters, kitchen, and more! She has written two books in the last few years and has an interior goods line with Anthropology. She has partnered with more than a handful of incredible brands and is a public speaker. This woman is unstoppable!