One of my favorite series on the blog is the SEE THIS HOUSE series. I love to discover new homes, designs, and architecture all over the globe. I never know what unique spaces I might find while on a Pinterest or Instagram deep dive at 3 am. Today’s blog takes us into an 1850s Queen Anne Victorian brownstone in New Jersey. Specifically, this dreamy home is in Jersey City. The home transformation features elegant warm tones while maintaining its original charm. See more of this New Jersey brownstone below.
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Mid-century homes are making a comeback in 2023. As more people are transitioning into minimalist lifestyles, people are embracing Eichler homes and renovating them to create a new space for their modern lifestyle. The popular retro style began to rise in both interior design and fashion. Why are people attracted to this era? Is it nostalgia? I love how clean and fresh it looks while also using nature as decor elements. It’s a very innovative home design while maintaining mid-century styles that date back to the 50s in Los Angeles. See this house below.
I fell in love with the 19th-century Brooklyn townhouse. It’s located in a historic neighborhood known for its charm. Cobble Hill, nicknamed “Little SoHo”, is a trendy yet historic neighborhood full of families and young professionals. There are so many places to visit like Cobble Hill Park and the Cobble Hill Cinema. There’s even a Trader Joe’s that used to be an old bank. It’s the perfect neighborhood for those who are looking for historic architecture. So many old Brooklyn townhouses are being restored like the one I’m sharing with all of you today. See inside this beautiful $11 million 19th-century townhouse. It’s a must-see to start this week with some interior design inspiration.
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Starting off this week with something bold and vibrant. Interior designer, Nina Barnieh-Blair, is not afraid of designing with color. From growing up in Kumasi, Ghana to moving to England at the age of seven, Nina found comfort at her grandmother’s family compound. It was her happy place that turned into her daily inspiration for her work today. Take a look inside her eclectic-style Upper West Side apartment.
I know this series is called See This House. Technically, this blog should be titled See This Apartment. Who doesn’t love to look at Parisian apartments? Is it just me? French designer, Dorothée Meilichzon, known for her magnificent hotel designs, shared a tour of her 2,400 square foot Parisian apartment. There are so many blends of vibrant colors, textures, and furnishings that make this tour a must-see. She’s a master of combining Parisian elegance with art deco designs. This French Art Deco apartment is truly every interior design enthusiast’s dream. Meilichzon purchased this apartment back in 2020. She rearranged the sizes of rooms to design a liveable layout for her growing family. Take a look inside this uniquely beautiful Parisian apartment.
Oh…how I miss Paris!
A new listing just hit the market. Everyone now and then I like to discover a new listing in Los Angeles. Take a look at this California bungalow in Eagle Rock. The home has been renovated with modern styles and warm tones. There is a fabulous backyard that is perfect for entertaining. The 3 bedroom 2.5 baths is full is natural light and has an open floor plan that is tastefully designed for a growing family. Take a tour of the $1,395,000 home.
The room above is the kitchen which features an earthy green cabinet, a trending color in interior design. The countertops are Calacatta rain quarts and a Blanco quartz sink. The space includes high-end appliances including a Bosch stainless steel refrigerator and stove.
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.
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!