Her own home is her masterpiece and it's been featured over and over. The light, the soft grasscloth, the deep purple tones, the marble fireplace. It's all very young and fresh while also being elegant.
I've had a giant crush on her bed and parsons stools for the longest time. The lines are clean and beautiful. The chrome bed adds a dash of sparkle to the bright bedroom.
I love the pale grasscloth, the cream tones, deep reds and dusty purples in the bedroom / bathroom above. The canopy bed looks incredibly cosy, especially with the dark charcoal lining.
This kitchen is so fresh. I love the wall of tiles, the tapware, the pendant lamps, and of course the fiddle leaf fig.
Angie plays with color really well. If you look at this photo, the corals in the forefront gradually become darker as the rooms progress, until it blends into a deep purple in the library at the back.
The said library: it's no secret that there is little I love more than built-in bookcases and reading nooks, especially when it's done in a deep, dark and dramatic color. This dusty plum is such a great color.
This house above was featured in Lonny and it remains one of my favorites. Angie tugs at all my heartstrings: dusty purple walls, built-in bookcases, sconces, Madeline Weinrib rug...
Lastly, I've always had a thing for the color combination above. Purple and dusty red, hello! Remember a similar combination in a certain Beirut house?