In 2006, architect @bernarduuu returned to his centuries-old family manor with plans to transform the space into something both historical and modern. From the home’s natural wood and raw stone, to the unpainted and exposed beams of the ceiling, the newly-renovated manor paid respect to the legacy of the past, with a contemporary style that was weaved throughout. In the dining room, the table was made by Brito e Abreu out of a dead oak tree, and the flooring is local basalt. Click the link in ...
In our October issue, we take a look inside designer @brad_ford_id’s stunning NYC remodel. The project, a traditional prewar apartment, had an existing craftsmanship that helped inspire Ford’s transformation of the space. In the family room, midcentury decor was used to complement some of the handcrafted pieces. Click the link in our bio for the full tour.
For Jessica and Garret Gee of @thebucketlistfamily, traveling is a vital part of life. When the jet-setting duo and their three children decided to finally settle down in Hawaii, they wanted to create a home that was reflective of some of their favorite destinations with the help of Andy and Candis Meredith of @oldhomelove. The master bathroom is inspired by Morocco, with vibrantly-patterned tiles and a beautiful stone tub. Link in bio for the full tour.
In Yves Saint Laurent’s Marrakech home, Villa Oasis, the designer’s refined style came to life in the always sumptuous, never glitzy space. In the bedroom, the headboard is hand-carved and hand-painted to match the space, and the floor is in green marble. Click the link in bio for a full tour of the home.