I love to see a room with a mix of modern and traditional elements all from different periods, and that have a play on color and let me tell you that Charlotte based Barrie Benson is a master in the craft.
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.
How 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.
Completely 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.
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.
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.
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.
La Villa is a stunning Parisian restaurant by Gilles & Boissier, the reason this restaurant is post worthy isn’t only because it’s absolutely stunning but mainly due to the fact that the mix of styles is perfectly executed.
Hi my name is Anna Mae and I’m a twilight fan, not precisely a Twihard but definitely a fan, probably the only person who still hasn’t seen Breaking Dawn but that can be easily fixed.
So when I saw on Perez Hilton that Rob and Kristen were selling their house I had to learn more. I followed every link in my search for more and ended up in Mossler Properties website who have the listing. The property is really stunning it’s an almost half-acre compound in Selkirk Lane in L.A.’s Bel Air neighborhood, and it’s listed for nearly $6 million, the house isn’t actually Robert and Kristen’s they recently rented it.
And now for the pictures: I’m posting images of the interiors and the exteriors which are just as stunning, when going through the eye candy make sure to pay attention at the view from the different rooms.
I think the views are what make the house, they are its number one attribute, but hey maybe someone out there is willing to pay the price just because Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart rented it, who knows.
All images are via Mossler Properties website here, you can see more images also by following the link.
Today I’m sharing with you Mercato di Vetro, an eatery inspired by Italian markets designed by super talented Mark Zeff.
The way different textures work together, the classical elements and the modern elements, the red bar, the red staircase, and the detail that the colored bottles add to the bar area made me fall in love immediately with the space.
All images by Ryan Forbes/SBE via Mark Zeff’s website here, and you can see more pictures of the restaurant by going here.