Here are some of our favorite stories from around the web this past week. Enjoy the eye candy!
- Self-Portrait designer Han Chong’s London home is a lesson in how to do minimalism right. His 5.5 floor Shoreditch home reflects the designer’s less-is-more ethos and is as calming as a cup of chamomile tea. (AD)
- If a riot of color and patterns sounds like your kind of party, check out AD’s peek of Frances Merrill’s latest work, which is a reinvention of Katie Jordan’s suburban LA home. From burgundy wood beams to polychromatic wallpapers, this home is flat out GORGEOUS.
- The latest work by Chairish trade member and all-around design wunderkind, Heidi Caillier, is giving us all kinds of English cottage vibes. The wallpapered dining room, the earth tones and classic details (don’t missed the beautiful arched mirrors in the bath) — love love LOVE. (Coco Kelley)
- Here is a guest suite that we can’t talk about enough. Laurel Broughton’s aptly named Yolk House (check out the popping yellow staircase) has color, views, and just the right amount of quirk. (AD)
- Harling Ross’s New York apartment is a whole mood. Her interior choices put her vice for vintage on full display (psst: some of it found via Chairish) and we applaud her style choices. A glam gilded room divider repurposed as a headboard? Yes, please! (Man Repeller)
- Bon Appetit gave us some well-deserved tropical cheer amidst winter. These six tropical recipes (hello there, tropical trifle with coconut and rum) will help you make it through winter in style. Palms away!