By Brandon Quattrone
It's that time of year again, when our New Year's resolutions of getting into shape, cleansing and unsubscribing drift away, and instead we shift our minds to getting our spaces in order, freshening our homes up for spring and purging of drab old things that just didn't quite make it through the winter. At Consort, it's usually the week after Valentine's Day where the phone starts ringing again, and people finally seem to give a damn about their homes again!
In the event that you're (likely) in the scenario described above, I've gone ahead and rounded up a few of my favorite rooms that are truly meant to inspire that space refresh you've been thinking about since before Thanksgiving! So go ahead, live a little, dive into our favorite things, and let your home finally reveal the chicest version of you!
Alexander Design Dining Room
Vanessa is truly a lifestyle goddess. With homes between Malibu and Mammoth, she serves up the most fabulous version of casual beach chic to elevated and comfortable mountain modern. This Dining Room in Malibu is an incredible mix of comfort, color and rudimentary details. A+ Consort approved.
The Archers are my favorite new design firm to follow. Their style is distinctly mid-century modern, but they also have a knack for restoring historic modern homes in the finest and freshest of ways. This indoor/outdoor dining area is making me long for a Sunday afternoon in July where I stroll from bed to the table where Mat has eggs waiting for me, and then to the pool for some sparkling rose where I'll fall asleep and wake up to a sunburn hours later. #sundayfunday
Frisco Brass Nesting Tables by Patrick Cain Designs (Set of 2) ($950)
Ash New York Siren Hotel
Ash New York never disappoints with a finely tuned design and these terrazzo on terrazzo details are giving me life.
Costa Bottle 1 by Franca ($55)
Ashe + Leandro Beach House
This blue laminate and plywood table is simple, elegant and pops against the all-white beach house. Typically, we think of color in terms of pillows and accessories, but this bold statement inspires me to push the boundaries of how color can be used, and most importantly, to not be afraid to do something unexpected!
Shameless, had to put some Consort in here. This Telluride great room is truly what dreams are made of. It's 75% glass so everything that you see outside in these magical mountains is literally part of the room. This space is all about elevated casual elegance.
Interior design by Consort Design
White Icelandic Sheepskin ($325.00)
Consort Tribeca Home Office
Still my favorite home office I've ever worked on. The client was bold and let us go all in on an incredible built-in, a beautiful Sabin Desk and the best ombre wallpaper by Calico!
Interior design by Consort Design
Disc Interiors executes the finest millwork details. This soft light oak paired with aged brass hardware is calm yet fresh. Have another sip of that camomile tea and have a seat.
Patrick Dempsey Bedroom by Estee Stanley
Who wouldn't want to 'hang' out in this master bedroom by style maven Estee Stanley?
Gachot Studios Noho Loft
Sleek and sexy with a little bit of fur doesn't just describe my dream date anymore!
Jessica Helgerson Amagansett
File this under #amagansettbeachhousegoals - Jessica Helgerson is one amazing chic, and one of my favs to follow. Never one note and always something fabulous!
Kourtney Kardashian's Office
Is any roundup complete without a Kardashian? Hopefully this uber fabulous Martyn Lawrence Bullard office, complete with rare french finds, helps my algorithm? #viralcontent
Put a dog in it with a print of an aggressive positive quote, and I'm in.
Milo Marble Coffee Table by Estee Stanley of Hancock Design ($3,500.00)