Displaying posts labeled "Art"

Escape to the country 2

Posted on Tue, 16 Apr 2019 by midcenturyjo

Still scrolling the streets of Daylesford and I’ve found another modern take on a country getaway. This rural retreat has a signature style with David Bromley artworks as well as rooms covered with his wallpaper. It’s bright and stylish mix of vintage and modern, fun and quirky. Link while it lasts.






Art Collector’s Modern Family Home

Posted on Fri, 12 Apr 2019 by midcenturyjo

“Richly layered interiors that utilize a refined sense of color, texture and pattern. Mixing pieces from all eras, the work is simultaneously modern and traditional.”

That’s how New York based boutique interior design firm describe their work and this art collector’s family home in Panama City is the perfect example of their creative magic.


A remodel of a builder-grade home

Posted on Thu, 11 Apr 2019 by KiM

Killer vibes in this Salt Lake City remodel – another gem by the team at . Clients asked that we remodel their builder-grade home in order to make the space more well-suited to entertaining. Full scope included kitchen, living, and dining updates, renovation of bathrooms and bedroom, relocation of staircase, and a complete, to-the-studs remodel of the basement. We incorporated some of the owner’s Mediterranean heritage and family heirlooms to achieve a restful presence throughout.


Posted on Tue, 9 Apr 2019 by KiM

Architect Suchi Reddy of New York firm Reddymade has an uncanny ability of creating spaces that have a gallery-like feel but are functional and liveable. The following pics are from random projects from her impressive portfolio. “Form follows feeling” is the guiding principle of the practice. Reddy’s strong belief is that the quality of the space evokes emotion and that good design, calibrated carefully to the human, influences well-being, creativity, and productivity.

A London townhouse that packs a punch

Posted on Tue, 26 Mar 2019 by KiM

This Hampstead, London townhouse designed by , is overflowing with personality and I absolutely love it.

If Carmela Soprano lived in NW3 and not New Jersey, her kitchen would totally look like this

An excavated basement creates space for a sunken living room and dining platform

Witty vignettes, irreverent colour palettes and artworks add dramatic layers that evolve with the house

Picture Gram Parsons and Emmy Lou Harris jamming within a haze of copal incense in this attic