I realized an entire week had gone by without a house tour so I thought I'd feature an old favourite. Designer Michael Bargo's New York apartment featured in Domino a few years ago still remains a constant source of inspiration to me. Light and airy but full of interesting character with artfully arranged pieces and framed art throughout.
This really is living large in a small space, although this little studio is limited on floor space, it seems so light and airy. Rather than push the bed off into a corner of the room, he's made it an inviting focal point.
One of my all-time favourite dining nooks maximizes a little corner with faux built in dining banquette. The gallery wall above is simply done with smaller images and crisp matting in a variety of different frames.
In smaller spaces, artfully arranged little vignettes of everyday objects goes such a long way. Simple trays to form cohesive groups and little personal details like a framed piece of art or potted plant make the space feel organized and luxurious.
Some good inspiration for Spring cleaning this weekend!