I am once again satisfying my longing to travel through beautiful interiors. This weeks Inspired Interiors feature is an apartment renovation that has a certain European je ne sais quoi. Part of a 1900’s Newport home that was converted into apartments in the late 20th century, the team at Moore House Design restored it to it’s original Victorian character, while adding in touches of eclectic Parisian charm. The transformation is light, airy and sophisticated.
If you’ve been here a while you’ll know my love of giving new life to previously loved, well lived in spaces. This weeks Inspired Interiors feature is just that. Built in 1899, this historic home is located in Hastings-on-Hudson—a quaint town along New York’s Hudson River. Designer Becca Casey of Becca Interiors chose to celebrate the history of the home by keeping its original integrity while implementing cosmetic changes and a fresh palette. Paint, texture, and modern accents create the perfect balance.
This weeks Inspired Interiors feature is a beautiful modern farmhouse in East Hampton. Designer Tamara Magel chose a beachy, eclectic, and sophisticated style. Playing to the natural surroundings she relied on textured fabrics and rugs. In the living room, a live edge table adds interest while photos from their friend Scott Rudin bring a dose of drama.
The result is a comfortable, organic space that exudes elegance and ease. My favourite kind of space.