Using white as the background, this contemporary home designed by Tara Seawright makes it easy to switch colours. The interior decor has a whimsical flair using bright pillows and chairs to highlight the neutral canvas. Yellow in the master bedroom provides an intimate atmosphere, and the yellow ceiling in the kitchen brightens a dark enclosed corner. Sunlight floods the dinning room with large windows giving the illusion of being outdoors. Red tangerine chairs in the living room jazz up the atmosphere, while the Flokati rug softens the space.
The second location of Bea’s of Bloomsbury at One New Change at St. Paul’s in London, England is a stylish place to have some scrumptious cupcakes, sandwiches, scones and afternoon tea. The interior design by GO is colourful and chic. The teapot ceiling lamps are particularly cute. The restaurant interior decor is a celebration of traditional English tea with contemporary London cool.
This stunning 5-storey penthouse apartment located in the heart of New York City’s TriBeCa neighbourhood is a “townhouse” in the sky. The 10,000 + sq. ft. penthouse has huge windows and double-height space that allow sunlight to flood the apartment. The 3 large terraces and a private roof garden provide townhouse-style living with the convenience of a city apartment. This luxury penthouse apartment design makes great use of its floor space, and the interior decoration has a contemporary grandness to it.
Natural sunlight is a major player in the interior design of this villa in Meadows, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The staircase is the centre of the house with one big open space wrapped around it. Interior architect Rania M. Hamed of Von Saldern Hamed Design LLC created interior spaces where the luxury of light connects the outside world with the rooms inside.
There are certain designs and colour palettes that never go out of fashion. Classic Contemporary? This may be the best way to describe the elegant and timeless look by Gerald Tolomeo.
Tolomeo juxtaposes simple colours with something more decorative and dramatic. A neutral beige or white background with a touch of green and blue creates a classic and ageless room for those who just want simple elegance.