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It’s how you feel in a space that is important to Sydney-based interior architecture practice . and in that case I’d feel fabulous in this moody Darlinghurst house. I love the play of the white against the navy, how the rich cognac leather grounds and warms, how “the new design is a subtle evolution/development of the building’s original character without sacrificing the classic charming elements.”

 

A beach home in Cap Ferret

Posted on Mon, 4 Feb 2019 by KiM

We’re up to our eyeballs in snow here in Ottawa, and the -30ish temps are getting really old and wearing me out. I’m constantly dreaming of warmer climates and sunshine so it seems fitting I share this beautiful beachy home in Cap Ferret, France with you. It belongs to decorator Sylvie Langaud () and her husband and is where I long to be right about now.

A fun and fresh contemporary kitchen

Posted on Thu, 24 Jan 2019 by midcenturyjo

Pink and blue and brass … not what you would expect in a kitchen but this is not your average kitchen. No. It’s another . Modern and chic with that clean lined, no handle look. Think fun and flirty and fresh.

Blue and green in a Paris apartment

Posted on Thu, 10 Jan 2019 by KiM

This post is a combination of 3 big loves of mine. Paris architecture, jaw-dropping interior design and one of my favourite architecture + design firms . This apartment is really REALLY fabulous. I adore every inch of it – from the blue and green colour scheme to the chevron wood floors to the tile and that little high gloss dining niche (that is something I’m taking note of – I ADORE how they painted out the window sills). ***Update: this is the apartment of , who is responsible for the interior design.

Photos: Sister Agency

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 15 Dec 2018 by midcenturyjo

It’s like I say time and time again. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish … good coffee is a definite bonus. #tag is a co-working space for digital creatives in Warsaw designed by . Add to the mix excellent beverages, the ability to shoot videos or photos and a large workshop and you have just about everything you need as an indie content producer. (Loving those coffee cup walls 😉

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