Designers Lyndsay Caleo and Fitzhugh Karol took an old brownstone in Brooklyn, New York and transformed it into a modern urban sanctuary. Some architectural elements were preserved and blended with modern design philosophy. Mixing the new with the old is key to creating a relaxed, traditional home in the middle of the city.
Interior designer Mary McDonald used strong colours to combine old fashioned elegance with a whimsical flair. The timeless and exuberant decor provide charm and a lot of personality to these rooms.
Interior designer Jean-Louis Mainguy is best known for his sense of vision and ability to encompass history. The interior design of these houses is a fusion of Lebanese oriental tradition and western contemporary. The fusion style adapts the past to the future.
Interior designer Rachel Reider created a multi-functional contemporary oasis for a young family in this newly renovated brownstone. Located in Boston, Massachusetts in its historic South End neighbourhood, the family home has a mixture of playful elements and sophisticated decor.
Interior designer Celia Welch updated a 100-year-old brick row house in an affluent neighbourhood in Washington, DC with modern decor. The soothing neutral palette creates an elegant yet intimate environment. The patio area has also been transformed into a luxurious outdoor living room, connecting it to the house.
Interior designer David Scott gracefully blends a traditional home with modern functionality. This large estate in Locust Valley on the North Shore of Long Island, New York features bold gestures that bring a twist on tradition.