Architect Laura Sartori Rimini and interior designer Roberto Peregalli of Studio Peregalli crafted this Milanese pied-à-terre for an Italian household in the fabric enterprise. Yes we spotlighted Interior Design earlier, but their annual awards program is worth singling out.
“I designed it like a park, everything of natural supplies,” said Danadjieva. This is the Victorian we see once we close our eyes, once we dream at evening, when we plead to the heavens above for more. Few properties this year were as unanimously praised as this Noe Valley beauty. The former owner of the Eastlake Victorian “sisters” was an architect-slash-Victoriana buff who resurrected the house to its unique splendor in the Seventies. The print wallpaper, the woodwork, the stained glass, the conservatory—each room a souped-up DeLorean to another period.
Plus you can shop her line of textiles, buy her e-book, and generally, stroll away prepared to apply paint to walls. … Read More