This month’s top posts were as diverse as they were to die for.
Then there was an Asian-infused Charleston sitting room by Angie Hranowsky, an English-style cottage in Ann Arbor by Cloth & Kind and a Mexico City bathroom by Sofia Aspe covered in eye-popping wallpaper.
For the living room of a home on Washington Square Park, @fawngalliinteriors took inspiration from the legendary apartments of Paris. Two colossal blue velvet sofas, custom designed by her firm, anchor the space, flanking a 1960s bronze and Lucite coffee table. Bold ombré curtains and a neon-tube-lined mirror by Chilean artist Iván Navarro above the mantel are wonderfully unconventional choices in keeping with her clients’ exuberant lifestyle. Photo by Costas Picadas
For a family home on Sullivan’s Island @cortneybishopdesign create this voluminous entrance hall featuring arched front doors and a curving staircase. “Our client sought a thoughtful, sophisticated space with feminine edge,” Bishop says of the soaring foyer, which has plaster walls and limestone floors and is decorated with the homeowner’s grand piano and art. “The goal was to create a space of peace and serenity,” says Bishop. Photo by Katie Charlotte Photography