Check out the beautiful architecture from one of the most traveled-to cities in the world… Rome.
With this wondrous city being a major tourist attraction and inhabited by millions of residents, space here, of course, is at a premium. (About $5,000 a month for something really nice…)
If you love art, this is the place to live. As a neighborhood, Piazza Navona’s atmosphere is full of artistry, small boutiques, restaurants and bars, street cafes, and a mix of all age groups. The beauty in architecture refreshes the eye.
Images: www.rome-accom.com and marilyngelfandphoto.com
Michael Kors is even ultra chic at home in this stylish apartment with a black and white look, here with masculine and feminine touches from the popular fashion designer seen on Project Runway.
What we love: The zebra carpet, clean spaced black and white kitchen with island stools, and the furry pillows and throws.
Fashion designer Donna Karan’s Central Park West apartment is “zen modern” inspiration.
“My home celebrates my family and friends, art and culture, and it holds the memories that are a part of who I am,” says Donna Karan.
Ms. Karan’s fall fashion is predominantly black which we see as a reflection of her sleek black and white interior space.
What we love: The use of photography are, framed, standing in wide curtain-less windows in dining room and bath, the ladder towel rack in last photo, large artworks that practically span entire walls, and large cushioned window seats.
Via: Habitually Chic
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Oscar winning actress, Gwyneth Paltrow’s new Tribeca loft is softly inspiring. Filled with marble and chic design, it is romantic, yet has a sense of not being too “pretty”, comfortable to both sexes. Her fab kitchen was featured in the August issue of Vogue this past summer, where she shared her cooking stories and promoted her new cook book, due out in the spring.
This lush apartment was designed by Roman and Williams. Here we have more photos from Curbed.com and TheHappyHomeBlog.
The living room swing couch…gorgeous!
The kitchen….love the marble, the soft curtain panels over french windows.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Vogue magazine, August 2010 issue. Photo: Mario Testino.
Via: My Luscious Life