Rarely do I see an interior space receiving immediate response of: “My dream home!” But with the perfect turn of events, I came across Harriet Anstruther’s self-designed, eye-candy abode and marveled at how she almost perfectly got my taste. Browsing through her website, I didn’t realize I screen-capped her entire house!
You always read it on good, worthwhile coffee table books: details matter a great deal.
Luxury and ingenuity redefined.
(Formal Living Room) In fashion, I believe this style should be what’s referred as “androgynous.” It’s applicable to interior spaces as well. 😉
No write-up necessary.
(Living Room) Give me this for a living room and I’d have no qualms whatsoever.
I would give up any chair I own to have an original Panton Chair.
I’d give all chair I ever owned to have a Panton Chair with this home office.
I could only hope for this. Colors are largely too masculine for my taste, but somehow the floral arrangement, feminine form of the armchair, the shabby pedestal, and walls brimmed with images gave off enough femininity to still be a dream of mine.
“Grand” and “elegance” in their most simplistic, down-to-earth interpretation.
Odd as it is, this corridor leading to the bathroom is my icing on this cake. It’s becoming rare to witness such design priority given to a space perceived “unworthy” of design. Lined french doors could apparently do so much, and those wood parquet are complementing beyond description.
Visit her website for more of these appetizing interiors. Happy Tuesday!