Displaying posts labeled "Rustic"

Blues in an Ibizan holiday villa

Posted on Tue, 16 Jul 2019 by KiM

, one of my favourite designers for about as long as this blog has existed, was tasked with creating a Mediterranean melting pot for his client’s holiday home. He combined a paired-back blue and white colour scheme with a plethora of neutral textures and earthy elements. The mix of locally sourced finishes, bespoke furniture and vintage finds resulted in a relaxed home for the family to refuel in a spectacular setting – Torre Vedra, Ibiza. It is so serene and welcoming.

Cottage chic

Posted on Fri, 28 Jun 2019 by KiM

This Marin County, California compound takes cottage style living to a whole other level of cool.  left it dark and “woodsy” and I love that because it adds so much drama and a sense of richness to the home. Add in all of the outdoor hangout spaces and you would definitively be spending your days outdoors enjoying the beautiful weather.

A California Swiss chalet

Posted on Tue, 18 Jun 2019 by KiM

Prepare to be amazed at how funky a Swiss style chalet can get.  was commissioned to renovate and restore a 3,500 square-foot Southern Californian estate built by Myron Hunt in 1906. The two-story, single-family dwelling sits on approximately two acres and was one of only fifteen Swiss chalet designed houses built in California during that period. The design concept pays homage to the property’s history, taking notes from the client’s personalities with accents of soft pinks, greens and burgundies. A rich assortment of furniture, textiles and objects strongly influenced by fashion and fantasy completed the character of this home. Photos: Shade Degges

White walls are the canvas

Posted on Tue, 11 Jun 2019 by midcenturyjo

White walls are the canvas on which Barcelona-based designers layer texture and colour to create a stunning interpretation of Mediterranean living.  Think rustic yet sophisticated, bold yet calming, washed with light and cultural references.

Photography by Pablo Zamora

Beáta and her husband have lovingly remodeled and restored this absolutely beautiful 1900s mansion in Hungary. Beáta is an interior decorator and her husband is a contractor so most of what you see was done over the past 10 years by themselves (they even fabricated the iron doors and lamps!). The exposed brick and beams and flooring choices really stand out in this home. Wonderful job Beáta and thank you for sharing with us!

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