Displaying posts from October, 2016

Lovely by the lake

Posted on Mon, 3 Oct 2016 by midcenturyjo

Oh to have a lakehouse as lovely as this one in Camden, Maine by . A charming mix of original Craftsman features and contemporary living. Beautiful simplicity for relaxed days by the water.

Modern farmhouse

Posted on Mon, 3 Oct 2016 by midcenturyjo

Modern farmhouse with a touch of mid century and boho. It’s a bold, fun mix and match, stylish and totally liveable. Love the cheerful shout out of the front door and that beautiful Hmong textile bedhead. Sonoma Farmhouse by .

I spotted the south of France home of New York designer Annie Moore at  and instantly fell completely in love. I could barely get past the first photo above because having a little potting shed is something I desperately want and this space is absolutely gorgeous. Then when I was finally able to move along, the beautiful architectural details with some rustic elements and an eclectic blend of classic furnishings with a nod towards retro (gawd how I love white marble Saarinen dining tables) did me in. (If you’re wondering why furniture changes slightly in some photos from others, I found some of these @ )

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 1 Oct 2016 by midcenturyjo

It’s a conspiracy you know. Why do I have to work on a Saturday and others do not? Not fair I say, not fair. Now if I worked at the Detour Office – Grove Street by I wouldn’t complain at all. In fact I’d settle right in and never leave. That sitting area is better than my living room.