only a 100-year-old Mansion built in 1910 could have this kind of character — just look at that beautiful marble mantelpiece. why don’t we make ’em like this anymore? this stunning three-story home with sky-high ceilings is located in Amsterdam next to the Vondelpark, one of the most beautiful parks in the Netherlands. although it was built in the early 1900’s it’s still got modern touches, especially in the remodeled kitchen with its subway tiles, cool navy blue cabinetry, and cosy built-in nooks. for the full tour, visit vtwonen.
• photography by Henny van Belkom for vtwonen.
this is the charming home of interior designer Stephanie Ferret, her husband Thibaut and their two children located in the outskirts of Cassis in southern France. set on the Mediterranean coast, it’s welcoming and cosy, filled with antique collectibles and dotted with eclectic souvenirs from their travels. but my favorite bit is definitely that dining banquette — i just love the unexpected look of that lush green velvet upholstery. featured in a recent issue of milk decoration, you can view the full tour on their website.
• photography via milk decoration.