Artists often have the most wonderfully creative homes, yes? After spotting Kirra Jamison’s colorful space in the latest Inside Out magazine, I’ve been craving a serious dose of color, personality and character in my own home. Let’s take a peek, yes?
If you’d have asked me yesterday if it were possible to convert a water tower into a show-stopping residence, I’d likely laugh. Yet today, the joke’s on me after spotting this gorgeous London water tower home…
When I spotted this studio addition in Los Angeles, my mind immediately recalled my dream dollhouse as a child. Perfectly dainty and floral-inspired, I remember wishing for a home just like this one. And although I never managed to hunt down the perfect match (clearly I hadn’t befriended XTEN architecture firm on the playground), I’d say finding this one years later is just as fun.
Don’t you love how the geometric angles sharpen the feminine perforations? A perfect mix of hard masculinity with soft finishes. And with gorgeous views from every angle, the creative blend of architectural elements add so much to the beautiful surroundings.
That’s it, Barbie… pack your bags! We’re movin’ in.
Image Credit: Art Gray via Trendir
A former campground might seem like the furthest dream home location from your mind, but with a bit of ingenuity, that dusty campground? It can house a hidden gem that’s as drool-worthy as it is inspired.
Surrounded by the picturesque tall trees of the Berkshire, the home has plenty of character. Complete with industrial windows and antique oak staircases, the mix of rustic and modern pair together swimmingly.
But my favorite detail? The interior skeleton is outlined in wood, creating a statement art installation and forever conversation piece.
So beautiful, yes? Proof that any structure can make a house – and any house can make a home.
Image Credits: Keller+Keller for The Boston Globe