If you’re anything like us, you’re indulging in a bit of spring fever these days. April is all about bringing the outdoors in and celebrating everything that’s fresh and inspiring in the world of design, and we’ve channeled our excitement for the season into the latest issue of Lonny. Here are a few of the highlights:
• An eclectic Charleston house that mixes vintage accents and artisan finds. Interior designer Angie Hranowsky opens up her own circa-1850 residence to share easy, affordable tips on creating a colorful and casual family home. • Classic Parisian interiors that evoke the essence of European decor. From stylist Erin Swift’s new book, French Accents, six gorgeous rooms that redefine effortless chic. • Decorating with flowers, from simple to spectacular. Brooklyn-based Brittany Asch creates loose, romantic bouquets that show why she’s one of floral design’s next big names. • A biodynamic Malibu ranch with a stunning design sensibility. British socialite Alice Bamford has transformed One Gun Ranch—a 15-acre compound that once belonged to a bassist of Guns N’ Roses—into a showcase for sustainable living. • Lonny Loves. Actress, environmentalist, and fashion icon Shiva Rose. • Market. Exquisite gifts for Mother’s Day, eco-friendly beauty products and textiles, Target’s spring home collection, Issey Miyake’s avant-garde lighting line, and more. • Plus, our new back page, Personal Space, featuring Tom Delavan, creative director of Gilt Home.