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A funky bungalow in Montauk

Posted on Fri, 19 Jul 2019 by midcenturyjo

Time to escape the everyday. Time for another virtual getaway. We’re headed to Montauk, New York,  a village at the east end of the Long Island peninsula but we’re not headed to a home full of  Hamptons’ clichés. No our getaway is a cool surf-inspired bungalow where mid century meets boho. Light, bright and perfect for up to 8 guests. I’m filing those exterior wall slats in my inspiration folder. by .

Casa Pueblo

Posted on Thu, 11 Jul 2019 by midcenturyjo

Time for a virtual getaway. We’re escaping to a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel in Tulum, Mexico. “At the nexus of tropical bohemianism and clean urban design, the hotel offers a host of features, from fresh dining options, to a sparkling pool, an organic coffee shop, and 16 beautifully appointed rooms.” Simple and stylish luxury in a beautiful part of the world. Couldn’t think of a better escape even if it’s only a virtual one … for now.

You knew I wouldn’t be able to stay away didn’t you? I just had to share one more property from . is a Federation style home built in 1912 but with a minimalist, contemporary style surrounded by a woodland garden. It’s just a short stroll from Lake Daylesford and the centre of the township. Now we have a choice. Cosy fires in the country or a chance to escape the winter chill and soak up the sun in Byron Bay. Hmmmmm. Decisions. Decisions.

 

A black and white beach side getaway

Posted on Fri, 21 Jun 2019 by midcenturyjo

Two days ago I had us all running away to the spa region of Victoria. We were renting houses and indulging (or should that be overindulging) in the local delights. Today nothing much has changed except the location. We’re off to the coastal wonderland that is Byron Bay in northern New South Wales and I’m not sure about you but I’m staying at one of the . in fact. 100-year old exposed bricks, timber beams, concrete floors and raw steel staircase. A mix of old and new furnishings, vaulted ceiling and dramatic draped curtains, hand-woven carpets and fine linens. Tempting enough?

In case you’d like something a little more intimate, a little less rambling for our virtual getaway in Victoria’s spa region we can always stay at , another fabulous property in the portfolio. This stylish renovated 1890’s cottage is located in a quiet street just a short walk from the main street of the town of Daylesford. It has a warm, moody feel with beautiful detail and at two bedrooms is perfect for 4, 6 at a pinch if we use the fold out beds in the library.

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