PH by Interiors by Steven G

Maybe you have never heard of Interiors by Steven G, and even if you have you should head over to his website and browse all of the portfolio section, they have some spectacular work.

Today I’m posting about a 3 story Penthouse in Las Olas, it’s a really contemporary apartment that has warm touches throughout that really appeal to me, and I hope they appeal to you too.

All images are via Interiors by Steven G’s website here, and you can follow the same link if you want to see more pictures of his gorgeous work!

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Pemberton Place by Jay Corder

The minute I stumbled upon Pemberton Place by Jay Corder I fell in love with the house, it is so well done so much  attention as put on materials and spaces that you can sense immediately the passion the designer puts into his project.

I discovered the house while browsing through Houzz, one click led to another until I found myself on Jay Corder’s Houzz profile looking in complete awe at the first picture of Pemberton Place that caught me: the hallway.

Hall contemporary hallHow can anyone not fall in love with this hall, the floor, the bench in the niche, the rug, the curtains: I can’t stop myself! You can see why I needed to post about it, so without any more delays I give to you more pictures from Pembertone Place by Jay Corder.
Dining Room contemporary dining room
Master Bedroom contemporary bedroom
Kitchen contemporary kitchen
Swimming Pool contemporary poolCompletely in love with the materials, play of rugs on rugs and colors used throughout.
All photos are by Zac Seewald, and all the images shown are via Pemberton Place Houzz portfolio were you can also go to see more stunning pictures.
I would love to hear your comments!

Bristol Circle by Studio William Hefner

One of the things I enjoy the most is when I stumble upon an architect whose work I’ve been admiring but didn’t know it was theirs. This is exactly what happened with Studio William Hefner, I have been drooling over this dining room photo probably since I started using pinterest but couldn’t find the designer.

William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape traditional dining room
You can see why I became a stalker: the wood floors, the blue velvet, the mouldings but specially the antique mirrored niche. Then one day I stumbled upon Studio William Hefner‘s Houzz profile and voila I got the long-awaited answer to who was responsible for this stunning room.
The only room perfectly done isn’t the dining room, you have to see the rest of the house, so I’m featuring a couple more pictures so that you can see how well executed throughout.
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape traditional entry
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape traditional family room
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape traditional bedroom
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape traditional bathroom
All images are via Studio William Hefner’s Houzz profile and you can see more pictures by heading over to the studio’s portfolio in their website.
I would love to know what you think!

Designer Spotlight – Erin Martin Designs

Those of you who go through tons of design sites will know that happy feeling you get when you stumble upon a designer who is just a fresh mix of styles and is incredibly talented that you just want to move into the projects you are watching; well that is exactly the feeling I got when I went to Erin Martin Designs website.

Today I’m posting specifically from the {there’s no place like home} project, and let me tell you get ready to see some great design!

The perfect choice of materials, color palette, and mix of styles! My bags are packed and I’m ready to move in. I can’t begin to tell you how much I love houses that are as beautiful as this one but are livable.

Would love to hear your thoughts!

Designer Spotlight – Nichole Loaicono

Everyone that reads ADORE MAGAZINE has fallen in love with Nichole Loiacono’s design for the PR Office in Manhattan that was featured in the oct/nov issue.

This is the office I’m talking about, and I must say I’m one of the people who fell in love at first sight with the space. The mix of bold and modern elements with classical is done so well; it has the perfect play with textures and don’t get me started on the color palette.I decided to go through her portfolio to see the rest of her designs and she has some beautiful work, below you will find some images of two of her other projects that made me an immediate follower of her work.

All images are via Nichole Loaicono’s website here, and by clicking on the images on the post they take you to see more beautiful pictures of each of the projects featured.

Have a nice day!

Let a little gray into your life

I have a confession I’m a huge Gray lover! I just think it adds so much character to a space and it can be modern, traditional, classical, ultra masculine or even ultra feminine, any way you decide to play it: it will work; mainly because there are so many undertones that it never feels like just a shade lighter than black.

Today’s post is of a Greenwich Penthouse by Tiffany Eastman Interiors that I found via Houzz and instantly loved, you can see more pictures of the apartment by clicking here.

Greenwich Penthouse contemporary bedroom
Greenwich Penthouse eclectic bedroom
Greenwich Penthouse traditional dining room

Greenwich Penthouse traditional living room
You can see more great examples of Tiffany Eastman’s work by clicking here, all images are by Tim Lee Photography.

Breakfast: make room for it!

We have all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, don’t worry this is not a nutritional post but since we should make room for breakfast we should also have a special space to eat it! Today’s post is all about breakfast nooks and breakfast bars, so I’m posting early to inspire you to have a good and hearty breakfast in a lovely space in your kitchen!

In two years I have eaten in my formal dining room maybe 3 times, that’s why the idea of a well done breakfast nook or comfortable bar area in your kitchen makes so much sense for me.
All images are via Houzz, click on each image if you would like to learn more.
Where do you normally eat? Dining room or a more relaxed informal area of your house?
Have a great day!