*****mirror frameReflect the Sun: We talk about using mirrors inside to make a room feel larger, so why not take the same strategy outside and “double” your outdoor garden space? (via House and Garden)
A cozy and romantic backyard nook takes date night to a whole new level. This outdoor dining setting is tucked away under a gorgeous arbor and surrounded by nature, lighted with fairy lights, lanterns, and candles.
The kitchen in a Manhattan duplex decorated by Robert Passal has a Miele oven, cooktop, and hood along with stainless-steel cabinetry and a blackened-steel backsplash; the carved folk-art rooster is century.
Hairstylist Guido Palaus Artful Manhattan Duplex, The terrace was created by Jane Kim Design, which oversaw renovations of the brownstone apartment, and Parrotta Design Management was responsible for the landscaping.
GARDEN ROOM Hunt Slonem’s painting Gilt Bunny, set on a vintage Arredoluce lighted easel, takes pride of place in the garden room off the terrace. A custom-made chaise in a Pierre Frey fabric is paired with a graffitied ceramic stool by Reinaldo Sanguino.
Isabelle's Top Floor Flat of an Old Converted Church in London