Here are some of our favorite stories from around the web this past week. Enjoy the eye candy!
- T Magazine has a brilliant profile on a crew of British interior designers who are championing “color, wit and wackiness” in their work一a clear departure from classic, subdued British style. Plus, don’t miss the interiors gallery, aptly coined “The Bonkers Aesthetic.”
- AD has a tour of actor-couple Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard’s Park Slope brownstone. Beyond the amazing fact that they have a fruit-bearing lemon tree in Brooklyn, their home is a wonderfully layered, bohemian oasis, featuring an enviable art collection.
- Mario Buatta was a legendary American designer who passed in late 2018, but not before completing one last incredible project. It’s a sumptuously decorated classic Manhattan apartment and a stunning capsule of his aesthetic vision. AD has the photos of the final work of this design icon.
- AD was a bounty of design goodness this week so we must share one last piece: fashion designer Rebecca de Ravenel’s L.A. home is the ultimate mix of California airiness, bold use of textiles, and quirky art and accessories. You’ll want to check out these photos.
- We love to peruse the coverage of Fashion Week, but the best part is the fantastic array of fashionista street style that accompanies designer shows taking over NYC. Coveteur has a terrific gallery that we can live vicariously through.
- Valentine’s may be behind us, but thankfully chocolate is a year round indulgence! So we’ll be making these Chocolate Puddle Cakes from Smitten Kitchen the next time we need a sweet treat.
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