This is from one of their residences in Notting Hill. I love how this organic light fixture echoes the glass one in the next room.
There is the chandelier again in the Notting Hill flat. How much are you in love with those antique medical anatomy prints? I love those and I've been on the hunt for some for quite some time.
This is simple, but I love it. I love the desk, flooring, and circular staircase for this Mount St. Shop.
In the restaurant of the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden, this neutral kitchen is perfectly organized. I especially love the light fixture; they didn't choose the typical industrial pendant.
I HATE those light fixtures but those aggressive white high backed breakfast table chairs are calling to me.
Ceiling. Look at it. And also I feel like even though there are different "conversation areas," as there should be in a hotel common room, this room seems unified. Maybe it's the ceiling.
This huge room with soaring ceilings is made intimate with a fireplace and that cluster of paper chandeliers. I love how they mixed that large traditional sofa with more modern shaped chairs. They could be seen as cold, but not here--the whole room looks so soft.
How amazing was that? I love when hotels are designed like this. They are like a home; like an actual person designed it and not like some formula that they had to follow. They are self described as Modern and emotional design. Makes sense I'd say. Studio Ilse has super creative product design, too. Take a look at it HERE. I know a lot of this is modern/mid century which is not something that usually appeals to me but somehow I'm drawn to it. NOW, who watched The Bachelor last night? HUH? ANYONE?? O. M. G. PS- Don't judge me for that.