From French safari, to boho, to contemporary industrial, using canvas is in interiors is more chic than shabby. The heavy weight of canvas holds its shape and adds an unmistakable… Read More.
“Fresh and cool – simple and luxurious” Jonathan Adler’s design of two suites at the Tides Beach Club in Maine eclectically mixes his signature look with contemporary coastal style in… Read More.
Stools are one of the most versatile items for all interiors. Personally, I love to change things around all the time. But there only so many ways you can change… Read More.
This week I’ve been thinking a lot about the what makes a room incredible – what makes it stand out, why does it make people stop and turn their heads?… Read More.
Now that the days are getting shorter and the mornings are crisp, there’s nothing more comforting than snuggling up in your favourite spot, with a good book and a cup… Read More.
Faux Bois (French for false wood) is making a come back, appearing in fabrics, ceramics, wallpaper and furniture. Oly San Francisco does Faux Bois perfectly, mixing up different colours and… Read More.
Breathtaking… Located in Puerto Vallarta, in the southwest of Mexico, this architecturally designed home is perched on a cliff looking out over the Pacific Ocean. Designed by Elias Rizo Architects,… Read More.
Fashion brand Urban Outfitters needed a workspace that embodied the unique style and vintage retro character of their world-renowned brand. An abandoned naval shipping yard in Philadelphia, dating back to… Read More.
Architect Frank Greenwald is best known for his iconic traditional Hamptons style designs, including Ralph Lauren’s homes in New York and Jamaica. However, when it came to designing his own… Read More.
William Sofield always gets it right. And this beautiful ski lodge in Aspen is no exception. Studio Sofield has found the perfect balance between the traditional, contemporary, comfortable and sophisticated. Extending… Read More.
Safari style meets French perfection in this beautiful Colonial home in Saint Barth, in the French West Indies. Using a restrained black and white colour palette, the high ceiling, exposed… Read More.
Although the Cinque Terre has become one of the most overcrowded tourists hotspots on the Italian Riviera, it has avoided modern development almost entirely. From the perspective of a designer,… Read More.
Imagine the ultramarine and turquoise blues of the ocean, the twinkling gold and silver of a desert mirage, and the crimsons and vermilions of a summer sunset. Envisage Arabian nights,… Read More.
Steve Back is an established architectural and interiors photographer and an emerging art photographer. Having shot interiors for Coco Republic, he also has many other local and international clients from… Read More.
The infinity pool is said to have begun in Bali, inspired by the dramatic staggered reflections the vast terraced rice paddies create. The designs of some of the infinity pools… Read More.
Well summer is definitely here in Australia, and we are all desperate to spend more time outside. The Italian wallpaper company Wall & Decò have come up with an incredible… Read More.
Winter Light is a stunning installation that has just started in Japan, and will be on display until March next year. The millions of lights create a glittery twinkly atmosphere,… Read More.
Want a fresh fun and fragrant way to decorate your table this summer? Why not use fruit? Whether it is an edible centrepiece or just for show, citrus fruits bring… Read More.
Shagreen is stingray or shark skin, and has been used as a material for products and goods for centuries. Japanese Samurai crafted their sword handles with shagreen, because of its… Read More.
A Harlequin is mostly commonly known as a clown or jester in tights and mask. Their dress of diamond or checkerboard patterns, bright bold colours and exaggerated shapes are being… Read More.
Floor to ceiling shelving for shoes, endless drawers for accessories and jewellery, a full length mirror leaning against the wall, and a window bench looking out onto a private garden.… Read More.
Hotel du Petit Moulin, designed by Christian Lacroix, is located in a 17th century building, the site of an old bakery in Le Marais in Paris. The facade dates back… Read More.
Originally inspired by New York’s 100 year old flower market in the middle of Manhattan, Trove wallpaper is striking yet delicate, often with repeats over 3m high and 2m wide.… Read More.
On my recent trip to Italy, walking through the streets of Florence, Bellagio and Venice, there was one particular thing that blew me away – doors. In Australia, we have… Read More.
Saint-Tropez has seen it all. At the heart of the French Riviera, the beautiful town has come to be known for the row of private yachts lining the quay and… Read More.