Displaying posts labeled "Lighting"

Sea Cliff

Posted on Mon, 5 Feb 2018 by midcenturyjo

Last week I shared the work of San Francisco based interior designer Jeff Schlarb. You didn’t I was going to stop with just one house? Of course not. He calls it Rad Elegance. I call it mid century modern meets restrained glam. Fabulous!

Let there be light

Posted on Mon, 23 Jan 2017 by midcenturyjo

Nicole Hollis

I have a “thing” for lighting. Table lamps and floor lamps, wall washers and pendants. Layer upon layer of ambiant lighting. I think it’s like adding jewellery to an outfit. Little sparkles and highlights. Time for a little lighting eye candy, in particular pendants.

Damien Langlois-Meurinne

AD France

Joy Tribout

Spruce Interior Design via AT

Marie Claire Maison

Nicole Hollis

Hotel Henriette

Marie Claire Maison

Jessica Helgerson

Studiopepe

Marie Claire Maison

You can find great pendant lights for less at Destination Lighting. They are a pioneer in the light fixture industry, with roots tracing back to Seattle, Washington in 1917. With 100 years of experience featuring brick and mortar showrooms throughout the northwest, they offer thousands of lighting products that fit every need and budget. Their goal is to make every home a little brighter.

Stalking two houses in one

Posted on Thu, 4 Feb 2016 by midcenturyjo

Two houses, one title, modern yet old with it’s foundations carved into the ancient Sydney sandstone. I’m stalking “Villa Moderna” in Darlinghurst. The main house furnished. The other empty. Think of it as the ultimate annex. Altogether one hell of a house. The plans are key to understanding this one. Link here while it lasts.

An apartment in Paris…

Posted on Wed, 11 Nov 2015 by KiM

…or is it?

Israel-based Ando Studio designed this apartment in Saint Germain, Paris last year. The team of architects, interior designers and CG artists specialize in 3D renderings. So this apartment is….or isn’t…. Although either way it is freaking fantastic!

A loft in a former garment factory

Posted on Fri, 30 Oct 2015 by KiM

Fridays should be about good things, and lofts are reeeeeally good things. I will be featuring 2 lofts today, and this one is an absolute dream of exposed brick, beams and columns, modern additions and the coolest concrete wall. This 2,000 sqf renovation of a former garment factory floor in New York’s Lower East Side serves as a casual 1-bedroom loft apartment for the owner, and a place to entertain and relax. The layout provides a maximum of open studio space and a secluded sleep and bath area. Inspired by the rustic materials in the previous manufacturing space , the aesthetics of the loft combines rough and simple materials with bold industrial objects and colors. Architect: Anima Photos: Chuck Choi