Displaying posts labeled "Kitchen"

Stalking on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 19 May 2018 by midcenturyjo

I’m stalking again. Walking down virtual streets, peering through the virtual nets and basically just being a virtual busy body. I love to see how people live even if it is a striped back and tidied up look to make the real estate listing photos just so. Today’s house in the Melbourne suburb of Armadale sports a late 19th century facade but a very modern rear addition and pool. The link to the listing is here while it lasts.

The kitchen love continues

Posted on Fri, 18 May 2018 by midcenturyjo

Floor to ceiling windows, bespoke cabinets with a waterfall marble countertop, brass accents and rich wooden floors. What’s not to love about this stylish Baltimore kitchen by Bria Hammel Interiors? Add the cutest little corgi and well, it’s just about perfect. If you love the look then you can see more of this stunning house here.

Photography by Jennifer Hughes

Modern minimalism in a historic shell

Posted on Fri, 18 May 2018 by midcenturyjo

No ornamentation, no excess, no ostentation. Beautiful finishes, attention to detail, quality, quality, quality and an emphasis on function. It’s the formula Madrid-based architectural and interior design firm Ventura chose to create this modern, minimalist renovation within a historic apartment. Clean, sleek luxury with warmth and style.

Kitchens by Shannon Tate

Posted on Wed, 9 May 2018 by KiM

As promised, I wanted to share some kitchens designed by Shannon Tate. This first one is sooooo gorgeous I thought it needed its own post. But then I found a few more and thought they were all worthy. Enjoy! (Photos: Claire Esparros)

Parisian Style

Posted on Tue, 8 May 2018 by midcenturyjo

There are the lucky few who live in Paris. There are the luckier few who live in a Haussmannian apartment with its sugar icing plaster details, beautiful floors and towering windows and doors. Then there are the luckiest few of all who live in a Haussmannian apartment renovated by Parisian interior designers Agence Véronique Cotrel. Shall we talk about that kitchen? Perhaps not as I just might tear up with jealousy.