Jason Martin

Posted on Thu, 5 Feb 2009 by midcenturyjo

Jason Martin describes his style as a “highly edited mix of seemingly opposite styles. Mixing minimalism and whimsical, preppy with bohemian and old world with family friendly, Jason creates very personal spaces for each client.” I love bio blurbs especially when they nail it like that. We featured Jason’s work back in December when he was pulling his website together and now he has emailed that the site is ready to rock. Look at the goodies there now! These are great rooms with lots of vintage touches and a look that should inspire!

oooh and aaaah! love that colorful swirly rug and how it draws you into the room to notice everything else that is amazing about that space…and did i mention tha tub. oh my gosh!

wow – this is my favourite design post in the last month. LOVE the grey crushed velvet sofa….

Anonymous says:

Love the photos. Do you know anything about the chairs in the dining room?

Love love love the olive tufted leather sofa!

kim. says:

Sorry Anon I have no clue, but I’d guess they’re vintage. That’s no help to ya.

Jason Martin Design says:

Hi Everyone,

You are all so great to leave such positive comments.

For those asking about the dining chairs – they are vintage; hand me downs from the client’s aunt who no longer wanted them. A real score because they are by a company called Mastercraft and very much in demand. We had the chintz (!?!) removed and replaced with a ostrich pattern faux leather. Here is a link to some for sale on 1stdibs-


Jason Martin

Oh that leather armchair. Simply stunning!

These images are so stunning. I really love that Moroccan style mixed with other person collections. Looks so great. Hayley

kim. says:

Thanks Jason for stopping by and leaving info about the chairs!

Sarah says:


I’ve been meaning to ask you about the artwork in the first photo. Every time I see that image I am drawn to that work. Wonder if Jason would source that for us?

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