Justine Hugh-Jones

Posted on Fri, 20 Aug 2010 by midcenturyjo

It’s a mix of contemporary, antique and custom that interior designer Justine Hugh-Jones brings to her work. Layering texture on texture in her mainly monochromatic rooms hers is an easy elegant style. It’s a refined Australian style but via France, Belgium and Scandinavia as Justine studied and worked in Europe before moving to Australia more than a decade ago. In this time Justine has really embraced a casual style that embraces the Australian light and the open plan living common here. I really love her bathrooms. I’m saving these in my inspiration file. (I just wish that the images on her website were bigger… I need to drink in the detail.)

boops says:

Thanks for this; definitely one for the inspiration files!

the white floors make me think of vicente wolf. definitely in a good way!! If I didn't have an adorable black dog, I would love to do this in my home.

Whitney says:

I want this house. The colors and tones I love, all in one beautiful home!!! Envious…

designgal says:

Is that a sleeping area for 4 guests???? So smart and amazing!

natalie says:

Is this what heaven looks like?

denise says:

there are some very appealing images here. question: the kitchen shot we you can see the floor leading to other rooms – why is it that light colored wood almost always looks wrong?

Anna says:

Love the first photo of the beach house kitchen…I know a farmhouse that would look excellent with this setup. Thanks for posting.
From Bali With Love,

Raika Kharrazi says:

You can read more about this design and see larger pictures of it in this pdf document:


carreco says:

As always your reports are sources of inspiration and pleasure for the eyes.
Soon. Co

Susan Hughes says:

Wow, your web site is amazing! The precision to detail is effort less yet very clever.
I'm a total fan. Thank you so much for sharing all your years of knowledge & ideas.

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