In My House
My personal preference for Deep Browns, Golds, Bronze, Cream, Whites, Silvers, Greys, Black, animal prints, mirrors, shiny surfaces and little pops of color!
Architectural Digest on Instagram: "This Boston town house's spa pool, added late to the scope of work, was “a structural feat of engineering,” says architect Christine Rankin Manke. Ultimately, the pool was fabricated in stainless steel, and tiled and finished in California. The living moss wall, inspired by @1hotel.southbeach’s by @plantthefuture, was another challenge. “Cut to Christine and me on scaffolding over the pool gluing moss for hours because we love [homeowner Robin Nelson-Rice],” d
Architectural Digest on Instagram: "“I used to have a more maximalist sensibility, but this house required a more subtle approach. The architectural bones and the relationship of the interiors to the outside needed to be front and center, so I didn’t want to be distracted by too much color and pattern,” veteran entertainment executive, Ricky Strauss (@rstrauss16) says of the prevailing decorative sensibility in his L.A. home. Step inside the serene space at the link in our bio. Photo by @samfro
Architectural Digest on Instagram: "“My favorite detail is that there’s texture everywhere you look,” concludes designer @sebastianzuchowicki, referring to the New York City apartment he renovated. “Literally everywhere you look, there’s texture. You won’t see a white wall anywhere and that to me makes it feel special. It doesn't feel heavy and that was really important, I wanted it to feel light but super textured.” Take a full tour of the West Chelsea space at the link in our bio. Photo by @w