Tag Archives: interior design styles

hotel inspired decor: the capri tiberio palace

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I’m the first to admit that I’m an addict when it comes to Italian mid century design.  I simply can’t get enough of it.  Chic Italian design immediately conjures up images of la dolce vita; of glamour and impeccable style.  … Continue reading

inspired hotel interiors – the nobis hotel, stockholm

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Scandinavian modern design: three words that are music to many people’s ears!  Timeless and classic reflecting real comfort and hospitality, I suddenly wondered why I had never looked to the chic hotels of Stockholm for inspiration of my own projects.  … Continue reading

inspired hotel interiors: alila uluwatu bali

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When people ask this NY interior designer where he finds inspiration, I often say from my travels.  There is always something to bring home from a stay in one of the many chic hotels popping up across the globe. Contemporary … Continue reading

hotel inspired decor: delaire graff, south africa

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The Delaire Graff Lodges and Spa is just one of many chic boutique hotels from around the world where the inspired décor of the inviting spaces is something you can take and apply to your own home – if only … Continue reading

$135 million for a 1920s texas mansion upgraded by peter marino

  J.R.’s Southfork it’s not, neither is it a typical McMansion, but we’re still deep in the heart of Texas.  Located just minutes from downtown Dallas, the Crespi-Hicks Estate could become the most expensive piece of real estate in the … Continue reading

the poggenpohl kitchen – traditional values with a modern vibe

A recent trip to the Poggenpohl Kitchen showroom in London has changed my mind about kitchen design.  There are times when as an interior designer one has to just admit that after 120+ years, outfits like Poggenpohl know a thing … Continue reading

villa ephrussi, a rothschild house museum in the south of france

Today I continue my well-received series on house museums over at The Daily Basics with a feature on the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild in Cap Ferrat on the southern coast of France.  Built in the first decade of the 20th … Continue reading