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30.10.14 | 11:30 pm by Walter GThe Wythe Hotel started with the discovery of an old textile factory on the Williamsburg waterfront. And I guess the rest of the 72 room luxury hotel is history!
30.10.14 | 3:00 am by CaitlanOpen any dictionary and a home is defined as the place where oneâs domestic affections are centred. Iâm a firm believer that your home is your sanctuary â not only a place of comfort, but a personal reflection of your lifestyle and a haven for your treasures.
27.10.14 | 10:30 pm by AnneIn a beautifully restored 1900s house in Mosman overlooking Sydney Harbour, Coco Republic Property Styling created a luxurious scheme to showcase the homeâs high end, contemporary finish to potential buyers.
23.10.14 | 6:00 am by Belle LangfordUK artist David Shrigley is no stranger to whimsy, so it came without surprise that his take over of esteemed gallery-come-restaurant space SketchÂ was realised with such an amusing aesthetic. Â 239 of his framed new works adorned the dining space â his largest exhibition to date - with a selection of bespoke table china branded with tongue-in-cheek slogans about life and death.
21.10.14 | 11:00 pm by CaitlanBarstools first became a staple in homes in the 1950s when casual entertaining gained momentum. Now, we simply cannot get enough of them â from the simple silhouette of the stool to high back designs with luxe detailing.
13.10.14 | 10:00 pm by CaitlanMixing the contemporary with the vintage is an art. A modern interior with vintage accents showcases character and personality.
07.10.14 | 11:00 pm by BethThis September, the hotly anticipated 359-room Mondrian London at Sea Containers, opens to guests, complete with stand out interiors by Designer Tom Dixon.
30.09.14 | 5:12 am by CaitlanOur favourite online furniture store â Max Sparrow â launches into the world of homewares with an eclectic collection of over 200 stylish accessories for the home.
30.09.14 | 4:52 am by DianeAnnounced this week as a finalist for House and Gardenâs annual Top 50 Rooms and awarded the coveted Best Use of Soft Furnishings, I am thrilled to share with you one of my favourite projects completed this year.
19.09.14 | 4:03 am by Field NotesSet on the esteemed Avenue Princess Grace, Song Qi by Alan Yau is proving to be the culinary trailblazer of the design world.
19.09.14 | 2:21 am by LizI love a beautifully designed hotel, but then again who doesnât?
19.09.14 | 2:11 am by Field NotesEquine style is no longer just reserved for the buxom ranches of Texas.Â Whether brash and thematic or subtle and suggestive, the ways in which horses can liven up a space are endless.
11.09.14 | 1:46 am by AnthonyHong Kong's finest hotel has finally made its way to Europe, and in true Peninsula style, it has truly made itâs mark on the luxury hotel scene.
11.09.14 | 1:38 am by AnthonyWho doesn't love sleep?Â If you say you donât, youâre lying.Â All of us humans need it, and almost everyone would agree there is nothing better than a solid nightâs rest.Â 9 hours of sleep, to me, is sometimes the ultimate luxury.
11.09.14 | 1:14 am by BethThis week, renowned Australian photographer Leila Jeffreys opens âPreyâ, a powerful exhibition of hunter bird portraits, to follow on her highly successful past series of Australian budgerigars and cockatoos.
11.09.14 | 1:01 am by CaitlanDesign Field Notes catches up with Shaynna Blaze, revered Interior Designer, co-presenter of Selling Houses Australia and judge on The Block, to discuss Spring colour trends for 2014.
11.09.14 | 12:44 am by NicoleNew York Fashion Week is upon us, and so too is the trend-setting Pantone Spring 2015 Colour Report.Â Below is a little summary of the colours that we will be seeing in a big way across everything â from fashion to interior design.
02.09.14 | 7:11 am by BethWhen Jonathan Adler comes to town, itâs hard not to get swept up in his playful, kitsch-y design aesthetic.Â So while weâre all on the bandwagon, I thought itâd be fun to write about The Parker, in Palm Springs â one of the most intriguing hotels in the world, and one of Jonathan Adlerâs most inspiring interior design projects.
02.09.14 | 6:47 am by BethArchitecture and design studio Softroom has renovated a restaurant beneath the glazed roof installed by Norman Foster over the Great Court of the British Museum in London.
02.09.14 | 6:34 am by BethChristopher Mayaâs designs hold timeless appeal. His work is tailored and historically referenced with understated elegance.Â Based in NYC, his work has an all-American flair that has playful appeal
01.09.14 | 1:56 am by AnthonyI first saw this car when on honeymoon in Capri and ever since, when I see it, I can't help but be whisked back to those balmy Mediterranean nights where the Campari flows and the bustle of the Med during summer relaxes and energizes you all at the same time.
27.08.14 | 12:00 am by AnthonyJonathan Adler is arguably one of the worldâs most exciting and celebrated designers. He is a man I have admired for a number of years, first on my radar with his debut collection for Barneys in the US in the 1990s. Now with over 1,000 stores around the globe, to say Iâm excited that the full collection has finally hit Australian shores with Coco Republic is an understatement. The potter, author and designer is celebrated for his signature irreverent luxury and spirited style. There really isnât another designer like him on the globe. From across the hemispheres, I caught up with Jonathan himself to ask him about the brandâs distinct ethos and his design influences.
19.08.14 | 2:29 am by BethFor those who know the Timothy Oulton brand well youâll be familiar with the soft odours of frankincense and myrrh that permeates the galleries. Each Timothy Oulton gallery around the world burns the same incense in store, and it compliments the dark spaces and beautifully hand-crafted furniture perfectly. The fragrance Iâm referring to is called Santa Maria Novella, named for the oldest pharmacy in the Europe, and the place that it was first created around 400 years ago. The original premises of the Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella, is beautifully restored to its former splendour and is a must-see if youâre a fragrance nut like me. The buildingâs vaulted ceilings, hand painted murals, and original pharmacy cabinets and furnishings completely capture the imagination. In continuous business since the 1600âs, the Santa Maria Novella apothecary empire still produces perfumes, soaps and health products, and is stocked in department stores and boutiques internationally. The products are no longer made in the historic building â this is now a museum â but are manufactured just a few blocks down the road. The original recipes still remain the same, with the Santa Maria Novellaâs general manager and co-owner, Eugenio Alphadery, meeting this modern day demand by combining âthe lessons of the past with the needs of the presentâ. In a world so driven by consumer choice, itâs certainly special for a brand grounded in such a rich history, to be operating still, with such a unique and memorable product. See below a selection of homewares and furniture choices, inspired by the original Santa Maria Novella pharmacy, to add history and character to your home:
19.08.14 | 2:18 am by magnusommeThe Hotel Les Deux Tours in Marrakech - I recently stayed at this amazing place when we visited Marrakech end of May this year. It is a little oasis located in the Palmeraie, just outside the hectic and vibrant streets of Marrakech, a perfect little escape.
19.08.14 | 2:04 am by AnthonyI want to tell you about one of the hottest new restaurants in New York - and it's not just the food that excites.
- The AshwoodContrasting colours provide an eye catching elevation.
- The BrunswickExperiment with stone and metal looks to create a look that is distinctly unique.
- The MarqueKeeping things light and bright, a neutral coloured elevation is inviting and luxurious.
- The PlazaA skillion roof adds a modern touch to your luxury lifestyle.
- The ViceroyColours and textures are integrated to create a cabin lifestyle facade.
- The AstoriaA feature pillar out the front gives a modern feel, and is a point of difference on the street.
- The WaldorfA curved wall provides a stunning point of difference to this modern elevation.
- The HamptonFit for a modern lifestyle, elevated walls create a distinguished appearance.
- The StamfordThe combination of rich colours and textures creates a bold and classy style.
- The RadissonA distinct earthy, natural design is created by stonewalls and neutral colours.
- The AshwoodSparkling benchtops are accentuated by hanging feature lights.
- The BrunswickBright tiles provide a focus point to the room.
- The MarqueSide by side ovens are highlighted by a feature laminated up stand.
- The MarqueStainless steel lighting integrates with premium appliances
- The PlazaA feature bulkhead provides depth to the kitchen area.
- The ViceroyLow hanging lights with splashes of colour give an element of sophistication.
- The ViceroyFeature brick panelling keeps this private area interesting.
- The AstoriaPatterned bench tops add vibrancy and life to this kitchen.
- The WaldorfClassic colours allow for bright appliances to decorate this stunning kitchen.
- The HamptonCreate a distinctly original look with two different material bench tops. It is a striking look that has multiple purposes.
- The StamfordA spacious kitchen designed with timeless, elegant features.
- The RadissonShelving under the cabinets is great for displays and for creating more space.
- The AshwoodA coastal feel is achieved by using weaved furniture and textured accents.
- The BrunswickA classic black and white theme is brought to life with splashes of yellow
- The MarqueClassic sophistication is highlighted with feature leather chairs.
- The PlazaA feature bulkhead opens up the living space.
- The ViceroyKeeping the base palette light allows for a mixture of colours and textures to be used.
- The ViceroyEclectic patterns come together in cabin style sophistication.
- The AstoriaA bright coloured feature wall gives a modern, but cosy feel.
- The WaldorfThe use of blues and highlights of red create a distinctly coastal feel to the living space.
- The AshwoodStunning raking ceilings add a touch of luxury to the open plan living area, and the additional windows allow extra light to flow through the home.
- The BrunswickThe raking ceilings in this home provide additional luxury and old world charm, building on the classic black and white theme throughout the home.
- The ViceroyRaking ceilings inspire resort style living, and the perfect flow for entertaining.
- The HamptonBright carpet will add excitement to an earthy toned room.
- The StamfordCharacter is created in this room by the use of different textures and fabrics.
- The RadissonBursts of orange colour creates a fantastic contrast against the grey and black furnishings.
- The AshwoodA rug underneath the dining table highlights the area.
- The BrunswickA piece of statement art can provide a talking point around the table.
- The MarqueDont be afraid to use large feature items as a display centrepiece.
- The PlazaThe varying heights gained by bulkheads and recesses provides a stunning dining setting.
- The ViceroyCalico chair covers provide a point of difference within the home.
- The AstoriaUse bright coloured furniture to draw attention to an area.
- The WaldorfLight coloured wood and striped cushions create a 'Hampton Chic' luxury coastal look.
- The HamptonDifferent coloured wooden furnishings add charm to an exquisite room.
- The StamfordDifferent wood tones and colours create a distinguished look.
- The RadissonStunning black furniture is a classic statement amongst the variety of textures and shapes.
- The AshwoodRaked ceilings give additional height and space to this stunning area
- The BrunswickA second lounge provides a haven located off the master bedroom
- The MarqueExtending the Alfresco with feature beams creates a modern effect.
- The PlazaKeeping elements white and bright with light coloured furniture.
- The AstoriaDownlights provide a softer mood lighting for those balmy nights.
- The WaldorfA fire pit provides a great gathering, talking, and entertainment piece for your alfresco.
- The HamptonCreate a relaxing holiday in your own home with a exotic Balinese style fan.
- The StamfordStrong wooden panels elongates the area.
- The RadissonSurrounding glass seamlessly combines the house and alfresco.
- The AshwoodWarm calico tones are highlighted with soft bedside and down lights
- The MarqueClassic black and white is warmed with cherry wood furnishings.
- The BrunswickA striking yellow bedhead highlights a charcoal feature wall.
- The ViceroyNatural tones are brought to life with bursts of red.
- The AstoriaPatterned wallpaper complimented with warm furniture creates a cosy feel.
- The WaldorfBold wallpaper with matching bedside lamps highlights the size and space of this room.
- The HamptonCleverly frame your room with a four-poster bed to create a strong appearance
- The StamfordThe stunning feature wall accentuates the size of the room.
- The RadissonThe feature wall and neutral colours create a modern, feminine and natural feel.
- The WaldorfAmple benchspace and a private bathtub create an air of luxury and romance.
- The AshwoodVarying heights to cabinetry provide a platform for a focal ornament.
- The AstoriaUsing wood grain tiles on feature pillars gives a classic New York hotel feel to the space.
- The BrunswickWhy not make the most of the open space in an ensuite with a piece of art?
- The MarqueMixing colours and textures adds depth and life to this stunning space.
- The PlazaContinuing wallpaper from the bedroom to the ensuite creates a bold statement.
- The ViceroyNeutral tones are complimented with soft downlights for maximum opulence.
- The HamptonA sense of relaxation is achieved through the design of movement and flow on the walls.
- The StamfordClassy brown cabinets accentuates the spacious bathroom.
- The RadissonA modern and natural statement is created by the wooden feature around the white bench.
- The AshwoodBlack walls are lifted with white furniture for the perfect combination of class and edgy design.
- The BrunswickA bold patterned wallpaper provides a focal point to an integrated space.
- The MarqueVarying wood grains provides warmth and depth to the room.
- The MarqueSometimes, simple sophistication means that less is more.
- The ViceroyHeavy wood and metal accents provide a modern feel to this light and bright space.
- The AstoriaA feature rug brightens up a space that can easily become overlooked.
- The WaldorfWhite walls and furniture mean you can accessorise with pops of colour.
- The RadissonGet the creative juices flowing with this fantastic chalk board feature wall.
- The AshwoodBold wallpaper creates an exciting visual effect.
- The BrunswickA piece of statement furniture can bring together soft furnishings and imagery
- The PlazaSmall splashes of colour add a modern touch to the classic black and white theme.
- The WaldorfUse furniture, ornaments and soft furnishings to highlight a chosen colour theme.
- The HamptonUse bold colours and textures to create a vibrant and memorable room.
- The StamfordThe dark feature wall creates a cosy atmosphere. Perfect for watching your favourite movie.
- The RadissonA movie buffs dream. Bring the cinema to you by decorating with classic dark walls.
- The WaldorfGet creative with lighting – not every bedside lamp has to come from the nightstand!
- The WaldorfMatching furnishings to wallpaper is the perfect way to create a theme within a room.
- The AstoriaCreate a theme by matching your furnishings to the wallpaper.
- The AshwoodPick a theme and use it to create your child's perfect playground.
- The AshwoodChoosing a theme for a childs room allows the perfect opportunity to combine colour and design to make the most of the space.
- The BrunswickA Feature bedhead adds a bold and contemporary dash of colour to a guest room.
- The BrunswickBright yellow enlarges and brightens a room, providing bold is sometimes so right.
- The BrunswickA childs room is brightened up with a feature bedspread and coloured accents
- The MarqueMatching paintings with bedside tables brings a room concept together.
- The MarqueMixing textures and colours in a selected pallete adds sophistication to a guest room.
- The PlazaUsing feature coverings for your bedroom ensemble provides a unique twist to a minor bedroom.
- The ViceroyDark furnishings in a lightly deocared room bring old world charm to the space.
- The HamptonA simple black and white palate with a touch of colour will create a bold and exquisite room.
- The StamfordThis loud urban style feature wall will create an exciting focal point. Perfect for any teenager.
- The RadissonThe best way to express your personality is with a burst of colour and different shapes.
- The AshwoodWood grain cabinetry gives a resort feel to the minor wing bathroom.
- The BrunswickA step up to the bathtub provides an extra touch of luxury.
- The PlazaAn oversized bench leaves plenty of room for accessorising to your taste.
- The ViceroyAn oversized mirror increases the feeling of space and lightens the room.
- The WaldorfBamboo look wall tiles work with the wood grain cabinetry to produce a distinctly hotel feel.
- The HamptonAn elongated mirror increases the room size and adds a touch of luxury.
- The StamfordThe brown cabinets highlight the classic style of the bathroom.
- The RadissonStep into a world of class with beautiful black, brown and white surroundings.
- The BrunswickTextured tiles as a vanity splash back create a resort feel to the area.
- The MarqueDont be afraid to mix textures with furniture within a living space.
- The MarqueThere is nothing better when entertaining in winter than a warm fire to gather around.
- The PlazaTry above counter basins in your ensuite to capture that luxury resort feel.
- The AshwoodCandles and seaonal fruit decorating the dining table increase the evenings ambience.
- The AshwoodUsing this suitcase as a piece of living room furniture helps promote the coastal feel to the home.
- The AshwoodFloating shelves are a modern and stylish way to store books, ornaments and playtoys.
- The BrunswickUsing plants as a feature brighten up the room and promote positive wellbeing.
- The BrunswickAdding a feature screen between your study and living area gives both privacy and the ability to watch your children work and play
- The BrunswickAdding plants into a bathroom increases rainforest elements to the area.
- The BrunswickYou dont just have to have one statement piece in a room. Team numerous soft furnishings together for an eclctic and modern style.
- The AstoriaCoordinating indoor and outdoor furniture creates a seamless transition when entertaining.
- The AstoriaA pop of colour and inspiration from the feature wall can provide a modern and quirky focus to a living space.
- The AstoriaA textured mosiac coffee table is an interesting find and perfect talking point in a room.
- The MarqueInstead of a hall table in your feature recess, why not try a mirror to make the space look larger and luxurious.
- The MarqueStainless steel lighting in the kitchen blend effortlessly with the appliances, creating an overall modern feel.
- The MarqueA bold feature painting can bring a splash of colour to a neutral pallete in a room.
- The HamptonLong faucets are an elegant statement in any bathroom.
- The StamfordElevated flowerbeds are a perfect way to tactfully frame your out door area.
- The RadissonDistinguish your house with a great introduction. A strong brick feature wall will definitely impress.
- The RendezvousBlues and whites create a distinctly coastal feel.
- The RendezvousGlass overhead cabinets and pantry provide a point of difference to this kitchen.
- The RendezvousMix it up with feature armchairs in the living area.
- The RendezvousRaking ceilings in white cedar provide a distinctly coastal feel.
- The RendezvousInstead of a dining area, create a second living area in the Alfresco for something different.
- The RendezvousWarm earthy tones provide a calming effect to the room.
- The RendezvousOpen shelving allows you to mix ornamental with functional for a stunning visual finish.
- The RendezvousCreate a relaxing space with neutral tones and sophisticated accents.
- The RendezvousTry matching curtains or pelmets to bedding for a completely coordinated look.
- The RendezvousCoordinating bedroom linen with curtains and accessories gives a resort style look to any guest room