In 2015, VT is pleased to announce our entry into home. Our motto has always been image, identity, clarity, and defining your style type gives you a place to begin. Once you have reached that clarity, it is a natural evolution to translate that into your environment as an expression of your authentic self.
Designing your home based on your style type (or at least infusing the elements) allows you to create the perfect space that represents the best version of you. Join us each week as we share our point of view on the incredible world of interior design, applying our principles and philosophies to everything from art and architecture to current trends and designers.
Summer is finally here and it’s time to talk beach! Beach life, whether we’re referring to a primary residence or just a holiday spot, tends to bring out a very different side in people as they consider the design of their homes.
The beach house is a complete 180 from hectic city life–a place to relax and let go. Maybe it’s also an opportunity to explore a different style type. Take our style type quiz to see which beach mood calls to you, but most importantly, get inspired.
I love the use of Moorish lanterns and woodwork, the white washed look with the dark floors and simple furniture is a beautiful contrast.
The gazing pool with mid-century sculptural wall mixed with natural vegetation is completely zen and uber chic – Ommmm…
Understated, non pretentious mid-century furniture with the natural landscape backdrop is absolute perfection.
This minimalist moment is the ultimate beach bunker. I love the use of simple materials such as concrete in an ocean front setting.
The use of a sexy sculptural vintage chair and the antique religious artifacts add an spirit of cool with an element of zen.
This beach studio is the ultimate contrast to the sea, yet its sharp edges somehow work with the craggy seascape.
A reclaimed fishing boat serves as a dreamy suspended bed for an overnight guest or an afternoon siesta.
This vignette in a very contemporary home sets a laid back surfer vibe straight from the owner’s not so distant past.
This minimalist bunker room is perfect for kids or quite the camp solution for weekend guest overflow.
This blue dining room is the ultimate classic, yet boldly designed room. The concept is reminiscent of Billy Baldwins’ Villa Fiorantino.
Once Upon a time Slim Aarons may have shot this moment of Americana perfection.
The animated palm tree wallpaper and shell mirror–ideal classic camp.
The use of color and mix of eras in this bold room is playfully sophisticated in the most unforgettable way.
This dramatic palm wallpaper with the hexagonal window panels is the kind of Palm beach whimsy that makes an entrance a bold one.
I love the palm ceramic floor with the green and white tub.
A very sophisticated feminine vignette in a guest bedroom perfectly combines pink and coral with warm gold tones in this chinoiserie.