Wit & Delight’s June theme is about mixed art in interior design. I wanted to compile a list of people whose homes each blended artistry in their own unique way.
These people are used to combining different interior design styles and elements. There is much to be learned from their respective design approaches.
Here are five homes I love that highlight the artistry of the mix.
1. carly summers (shown above)
I love how Curly mixes old world elements with cool, coastal vibes and never feels too over the top or peculiar in style. Classic yet approachable and elegant at the same time.
I highly recommend checking out PS Carly’s awesome new design book. sacred space.
2. Sophie Ashby
Sophie’s Design Studio, Studio Ashbycontinues to push the boundaries when it comes to combining different styles and elements. This obsession with mixes is also evident in her home. The emphasis here is on highlighting the artwork that inspired the colorful furnishings and décor in each room. Throughout the home you will find a mix of antique and bespoke furniture, patterns, colors and rich textures. This gorgeous home is a treat for the senses.
3. Darryl Carter
Darryl’s interior design style is based on turning traditional designs upside down. Consider using the back of upholstery fabric or peeling off the color or pattern on the back to leave only the most minimalist form of a traditional chair. I love the delicacy of his designs! His home showcases his signature interior design style and is filled with personal touches.
Four. Sarah Charlesworth – Chalk White Arrow
Sarah has a very cool design style. I love her approach to color and how she uses shapes and movements to create interesting vignettes. She finds the same things always fresh, and you can always see her playing around with new twists at home. It’s a great way to keep your home tweaked and updated without a complete makeover.
Five. Gwen Hefner – The Makelista
Gwen’s interior design style is mostly traditional with a little modern twist. She often incorporates contemporary elements such as lighting, which I think makes her approach very fresh. And, of course, all of her frugality and antiques make her designs a unique combination that no one can exactly replicate.