Posted on Tue, 1 Feb 2011 by midcenturyjo

Have you noticed how things never stay the same? Like personal taste? I have seen my likes and dislikes change and coalesce, firm and falter over these past few years. I have always admired the work of New York based interiors and landscape firm Rees Roberts + Partners. I think I had a crush on their work way way back (so did Kim even further back). Then I was drawn to their cool, sophisticated urban interiors. All elegance and class. I was revisiting their site the other day and was drawn immediately to this Croatian house. A new work? Must be. I hadn’t noticed it a couple of years ago otherwise I would have remembered. It is so fabulously rugged yet stylish with just the right touches of casual elegance and midcentury classic pieces. But maybe it’s not new. Maybe it was there all along. Maybe I’m just looking at it with new eyes, a new awareness. All I know is I love it!

Lynn says:

Could that fireplace look any more modern and inviting? I think not! What awesome pictures of some pretty stellar design elements.

My best, Lynn

Meena says:

Such a beautiful house.Perfection. Except the bathroom…wudnt want the rocks in my bathroom.

Lulu says:



Thanks for such a more information about croatia villas and its Details.



really this is so wonderful and nice places are there, Nice post!

Carol says:

My parents were born in Croatia and I went there 3 times. I loved it! I am planning to bring my whole family back there soon. It's one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen.

Filipa says:

I've had this post on my bookbarks since February, and every now and then I open it just to look at it. I think this is my dream house…
Thank you for sharing! 🙂

Great combo of beauty and nature. The design is very cozy and well set. I love how the light comes in naturally and freshens the room with so much life and vigor. Thanks for sharing this.

Hvar says:

Looks like heaven! I would not mind living there for the rest of my life. 🙂

That fireplace's design is out of this world, is it truly functional? I am thinking that hood must have a powerful fan in it, because there doesn't seem to be sufficient architecture around the actual fire bed to draw the air upward.

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