Here are some of our favorite stories from around the web this past week. Enjoy the eye candy!
- AD has a fab tour around Chairish Design Star Michelle Nussbaumer’s vacation home in San Miguel de Allende. Michelle completely transformed an abandoned 16th Century building into a richly layered space inspired by travel and her signature maximalist style.
- Also from AD this week, a look at designer John Whelan’s passion for restoring classic French brasseries. These revamped classic cafes feel like a step back in time in the best possible way.
- James Veal and Christine Stucker are the husband and wife founders of the architecture firm Stewart-Schāfer and are the proud owners of a seriously Scandi-chic Brooklyn brownstone. Word to the wise: you don’t want to miss the bathroom tile. (Coveteur)
- We love an Italian Modernism moment so the recent sale of treasures from Gio Ponti’s famed Milan residence has seriously piqued our interest. House and Garden UK has the highlights from this epic auction.
- Feel like whipping up a springtime weekend treat? This honey brioche recipe from Half Baked Harvest fits the bill. It’s described as a cross between a traditional brioche and a croissant—Need we say more?
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