Designed by architect William Wurster back in the '30s, the house's modern sensibility shines through with it's vintage roots. Organic-modernism meets vintage-decor in this beautiful San Francisco home. Curating a vintage-filled home is truly an art. Lucky for April Gargiulo, founder of the cult-status skincare brand Vintner's Daughter, she has a knack for it. From a young age, the Napa Valley native has always been on the search for great once-loved pieces. "Vintage furniture. Vintage jewelry. Vintage clothes. Vintage everything," she says. Gargiulo says her style is "on the organic, more grounded side...
Margot Robbie's outdoor patio is more than just a dining area. It's also filled with a mix of flea market finds, cozy linen-topped seating for lounging in the sun, and a fringed umbrella. Of course, you can't have a beach cottage without a surfboard out back. Check out the full surf-inspired home on youTube's Vogue's 73 Questions series with Margot Robbie and also read about it on Lonny's latest blog post. Make sure to check out Stag and Manor for all your outdoor styling ideas.
Look at this incredible Villefranche-sur-Mer home on the French Rivera finished to picture-perfectness with its retro-futuristic minimalism. Kudos to fashion designer Lisa Perry for bringing this dream to reality for the rest of us to fantasize about. We came to dream, right? https://www.elledecor.com/design-decorate/house-interiors/a27358567/lisa-perry-french-riviera-house-tour/
“Texture is a great all-white bedroom idea that's anything but boring. Through pillows, blankets, linens, rugs, and wall hangings, you can invite visual appeal. Molly of Almost Makes Perfect showcases lots of cool textures in her bedroom, from the woven blanket to the yarn wall hanging to the handwoven area rug.”
“We realized our old house could be the ultimate playground for our new collections,” Caitlin says. “We never do something officially until we play with the idea in our own home.” Sometimes, quite literally: A game of backgammon with friends inspired them to produce similarly patterned tiles, which they then used, in cream and teal, on the floor of their central courtyard and entry. More recently, they used the same tile pattern as a template for an exclusive Popham+ backgammon set, complete with brass game pieces. “It’s actually a natural move, as the molds of our tiles are made of brass,” Samuel says.
a variety of perspectives is revealed while walking through the house — the rooms have different heights that confirm a spatial hierarchy. extensive walls, coated with polymer mortar, define fluid spaces and openings positioned in all directions integrate the living areas. the large window frames are mostly positioned east-west and the walls north-south
On a cold, rainy morning in San Francisco, why not dig into the fantasy of this gorgeous, minimalist house wrapped around a courtyard pool, with floor to ceiling glass panels to open every part of the house to the outside—which is that much better when your house is nestled into the green suburbs of São Paulo, Brazil, Cidade Jardim (Garden City).