Displaying posts labeled "Green"

Stalking Bonnie and Neil

Posted on Mon, 19 Mar 2018 by midcenturyjo

Sssshhh! I’m stalking the home of , the Melbourne-based studio creating beautiful hand crafted products for the home. I don’t know why I feel so coy. It’s not as if I know the owners but I’ve been a serious fan of their work for years. Now I get to see how they live in their own home. Think bright and colourful, botanical prints, artwork and their signature wooden tiles. It’s fun and fresh and it could be yours. Link while it lasts.

Bold colour and wallpaper in a kitchen

Posted on Wed, 14 Mar 2018 by KiM

Talk about a fun and bold kitchen! From the Tiffany Blue cabinetry to the tropical wallpaper and let’s not leave out the black and white hex tile patterned floor. This is jam-packed with personality. Via .

A new bedroom and library in an old apartment

Posted on Tue, 6 Mar 2018 by KiM

While I anxiously await the project that never seems like it is going to happen (the creation of a library in my third floor unused space), I can only hold back pang sof jealousy when I come across projects like this by Sophie Lallias of . She created a bedroom and library and left a narrow staircase to access the rest of the apartment. 3.5 metre high bookcases allow for maximum use of a very small space and the result is TONS of book storage, a workspace and a cozy bedroom. (That’s FarrowBall’s  wallpaper in the hallway and Cole & Sons  in the bedroom…and these photos are by Benoit Alazard)

Check out another project of Sophie’s here

Los Feliz style

Posted on Sun, 25 Feb 2018 by KiM

Love the vibe in this home designed by L.A. based designer . Some dark paint choices make it moody, with furnishings that give it a groovy, mid-century feel. I dig all of this.

Quirky with colour and pattern

Posted on Mon, 12 Feb 2018 by KiM

I continue to be in awe of the creativity and eclectic use of pattern and colour of . This home is no exception. A lovely, colourful project for a young gentleman on the very picturesque Hillgate Place. Moorish influences, interesting textures and bold colours were used to add character and authenticity to this quirky Notting Hill townhouse.

Check out previous features of Studio Duggan here, here and here