Natasha Esch's MONC XIII is filled with "exquisite pieces from all periods." Esch has a particular love for pairing 19th- and 20th-century furniture to create dynamic, beautiful spaces.
Ramsden Road, Balham - Hughes Developments
Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over 1,000 square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion. The basements now house a home cinema, study, guest bedroom and steam room. The remainder read more
Muh-Tay-Zik / Hof-Fer - San Francisco Offices - Office Snapshots
Gensler has designed the offices of ad agency Muh-Tay-Zik / Hof-Fer which are located in […]
A modern scheme for a Victorian House
An open-plan layout full of intriguing design details in this Victorian house at Oxford.
A classic style with a minimalist twist, this kitchen makes perfect use of the large open space. The two prominent colours, Purbeck Stone and Downpipe by Farrow & Ball, compliment one another while distinguishing separate work spaces while the Lagoon Silestone worktop then ties the two together.
Oak Framed Grade 2 Listed 17th Century Pub Remodelled
A large two-storey extension to and Oak Framed 17th Century, Grade II listed building. A modern concept that distinguishes itself from the original era.
I've always been a big fan of monochrome interiors. There's something very chic about a black and white scheme and it's a combination that's especially well suited to industrial style interiors. So this Monday Pinspiration post is dedicated to all things monochrome. Even if you're working with a small space, using black and white really ups the style ante.Image courtesy of emmas.blogg.se This is a look that can work in any room of your home. This monochrome loft bedroom has a strong…