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Sean Anderson goes dark

Posted on Wed, 12 Jun 2019 by KiM

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Memphis interior designer  (from this past feature, and this one) has serious skills when it comes to creating white, neutral, naturally textured spaces, but it seems he can also nail dark spaces like nobody’s business. The secret ingredient in his case is keeping the floors bright and white. The sunlight bounces off of them and adds dimension, while evading the cave-like nature of having really dark walls. GORG!!!

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A dramatic cottage

Posted on Mon, 3 Jun 2019 by midcenturyjo

“The brief for this project was to refresh and energise the interiors of a traditional Sydney terrace house in a style that would provide a dramatic backdrop for the client’s outstanding collection of antique and modern furniture, traditional and contemporary artworks and eclectic objets d’art.”

A narrow cottage in Sydney’s Woollaha undergoes a magical transformation by .

 

Light and dark

Posted on Wed, 24 Apr 2019 by midcenturyjo

A study of light and shadow, of old and new, of the expressive and the minimalist, of public and private. It’s about enhancing the everyday, of bringing modern luxury living to a heritage property through a respectful balance between authentic preservation and contemporary design. Albert Park Residence by Melbourne-based interior design studio .

Castle Black

Posted on Thu, 18 Apr 2019 by midcenturyjo

A colour palette that mixes dark and moody black with rich pinks and blues, an industrial edge with exposed brick and pipes, old married with new. It’s the recipe for a bold apartment by Chicago-based interior designer Lauren Svenstrup of . She calls it Castle Black. I call it vintage glam.

Some glam in a Hollywood Hills home

Posted on Tue, 9 Apr 2019 by KiM

Loving the glam vibe mixed with dark greys/blacks in this Hollywood Hills home by Deidre Doherty. This fashion industry power couple came to us with a home to remodel in Hollywood Hills and a desire to marry their tastes for bold and wild, yet sophisticated and fine. Together, we created a glam concoction that’s a standout—even by the standards of the rock stars in their neighborhood. A leather-wrapped master closet soothes your senses in the morning. A snakeskin-wrapped powder room coaxes your wild side before evenings out. And robust elements like a copper kitchen hood, Calacatta marble, and a custom concrete fireplace are brash enough to feel edgy and yet solid enough to make you feel held and at home.

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