Always on the look out for amazing photographers, I stumbled upon Rachel Smith‘s interior portfolio, and let’s just say, she takes amazing shots. Unfortunately I do not know who created these stunning interiors, but at least we can still gush about the photos!
The first group is the “Swedish Summerhouse“. First off, a summer house!? I would live here all year long! Here the design is kept clean and fresh with the use of stark white staple pieces and pops of color throughout. And that fireplace, wow.
Next up is the creative “Designer’s Home“. I simply must have that bookcase, and that added built in chair and side table, genius. A muted color palette, low furniture and raw materials were used to create this modern environment.
Next up is the beauty of “Eero Aarino’s home“. Can I just say if I had an office like that I would get way more done! Beautiful views, bright whites and signature Eero pieces are the focal points in this home. And of course another remarkable fireplace. makes me wish I was curled up with a book.
Moving along to the “Ladbroke Grove Home“, all I can say is, can I move in? With open spaces and concrete floors (oh how I absolutely love concrete in homes!!!) this modern interior has the feel of a loft yet keeps it family friendly with the addition of soft surfaces and a soothing color palette. And I bet the kid that lives there gets to ride that little car all over this place! The furniture may be more on the retro side, but the new materials and patterns keep this home looking new.
The “Hackney Home” has so much going on I don’t know where to start! The bathroom, well, what girl doesn’t want to soak under a glamourous chandelier? Always a fan of small vignettes, this house is filled with little areas to please. From pops of color to textured walls to fragrant additions, this place will surely please all your senses!
And finally the “Stockwell Home“. Mixing in new, brighter colors with traditional flair really give this home an interesting look. That fireplace in the bedroom is heavy and detailed, the addition of the softer blues above is a great way of giving the eye a “place to rest” with so much going on. And check out that hovering toilet tank on the right!