How do you start over when you’re out of a relationship and a job at the same time? Tour “Chateaulando,” interior designer/author Orlando Soria’s French chateau meets California eclectic home.
Meet New York interior designer, Julieta Alvarez. We were lucky to be invited into her light-filled home to talk about her style and the projects she’s completed. Her style is anything but static, and she has built up her house over time to create her fun and international style.
The first thing you notice when you walk into Kari’s NYC apartment is the color green. Green sits on every surface of her place, it also hangs from the ceilings. What’s this green we’re talking about? It’s her plants – her babies. It’s as if you stepped into a greenhouse.
Eva’s home is full of contrasts— minimal yet warm, monochromatic yet colorful, free of clutter yet full of life. The control she has over the space is far from cold or stiff. She manages to create a sparse space that is still infused with warmth, meaning and life.
Brock and Chris of Yummertime fill their home with form and function, giving them the freedom and inspiration to dream up and create everyday. See how this couple gets inspired daily from their eclectic and cheerful home
If your home is a sum of all your experiences, then AFAR magazine’s senior travel editor Danielle’s home has enough stories to write a book.
Walk into Jamie’s home and instantly feel the connection it has to the neighborhood it’s in. Located one block away from the Pacific Ocean in the Outer Sunset of San Francisco, Jamie’s home beautifully incorporates that airy and bright feeling you get when you’re at the beach.
We’re talking to Kelli and asking her how she makes the most of her efficient 150 sq. ft. downtown San Francisco studio.