Designer Anne Hepfer’s new book MOOD is not simply an impressive portfolio with beautifully completed projects. Rather, the book demystifies her creative process…revealing how music, travel, food, art, and personal sensibilities converge and shape design projects. They are far more than “projects” for Hepfer. The stylish interiors she creates for her clients are a collaboration where very personal expressions of memories, dreams, travel, experiences, passions, and moods bloom into unique homes.
Principal Photography: Virginia MacDonald
MOOD Interiors & Inspiration: Anne Hepfer
This Connecticut kitchen above has nods to Italy including rhombus-pattern tile inspired by Roman geometric floors. What a work of genius it is with three colors of marble in each hand-cut piece!
Anne Hepfer’s Creative Process
“MOOD isn’t just a collection of interiors, though it includes plenty of new projects I’ve never shared before! These pages are a personal journey through my inspirations, from curated playlists and favourite recipes, to travel tips and reflections on nature. I hope it’ll inspire you to create a meaningful sanctuary that reflects your every mood.”
– ANNE HEPFER
This Toronto dining room in a Victorian Revival home features a unique table with a faceted blackened nickel base and honed Imperial Black marble top.
“To create a meaningful home, we must examine how we want to feel in our private spaces and how we interact with them morning, noon and night; those decisions can set the the tone for each day.”
– ANNE HEPFER
Bespoke Interiors in MOOD
The designer describes the above project as a warmer, urban take on Scandinavian style. The white oak buffet with its pale finish and modern design is free from hardware.
The guest room (above) includes headboards upholstered in an indigo stripe. I love how they become an architectural feature, a design feature, and a comfy functional feature for reading in bed. You’ll note there are two twin beds which can be pushed together, depending on the guests. The baskets on the wall are from Zimbabwe.
Oh the black and white checkerboard floors! With black lacquered doors, they certainly create a mood with the modern blue mirror and chic ceiling fixture. I can imagine the mood turning festive in here since it resembles a dance floor!
Don’t you love the contrasts in this beautiful dining room above? A very proper Regency-style dining table and shield-back chairs lighten up with greyhound photographs and Tibet Dragon-Tiger drapery fabric.
It would seem Anne Hepfer is always in the MOOD for BLUE, yes?
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