Archive for the ‘Dining’ Category

Imagine celebrating the last glorious days of summer with a picnic brunch by a glistening body of water. Now pump it up quite a few notches. Who wouldn’t love arriving to the spot in this gorgeous cherry red woody style ride with a coordinating pull along camper? Yes! Please! Upon arrival the back door opens […]

Jesse and Hanni purchased a dilapidated old building in Monterey, CA which housed two apartments over a former dive bar and turned it into this welcoming and personality filled home with their boutique Lilify taking over the ground floor. The renovation took 2 years and the only survivors of the original building are those fabulous oak […]

Yes, these gorgeous interiors are contained in only 3 rooms, and wow, what wonderful rooms they are. The owners recently sold a newer, larger home located in Gothenburg after finding they preferred this smaller apartment located in an 18th century building where they could enjoy city life in the heart of Stockholm. The minimal space […]

Madrid Mix


Sophistication, old world touches, and modern day charm all work together in this Madrid home of Soledad Suárez de Lezo who began her career as a lawyer but then decided to fulfill the dream of being an interior designer. After spending two years at Christie’s in London and attending the Inchbald School of Design she returned […]

Dynamic Dining


Is your dining spot ready for the holidays? If not, time’s a wastin’. These dining spaces all scream one thing, personality. The biggest roadblock to achieving the room of your dreams is often you. We see elegant, formal dining spaces with crystal chandeliers and velvet chairs and….zzzzz. Sorry nodded off there, those rooms are great […]

While all of us would love to buy the originals of these iconic mid-century chairs, it is not always feasible, not to mention affordable. Sure you can order a new George Nelson Marshmallow Sofa but be prepared to pay a jaw dropping $3299.00.  A Saarinen Womb chair? $4300.00. If you can easily afford to pay […]

María Lladó has designed this eclectically styled tower in Barcelona. Bertoia,Eames and Platner mixed with elegant chandeliers and Venetian mirrors are keynotes of her unique touch.  What do you think of her style? Serious love or over the top?    pb Images via Desire to Inspire