Displaying posts from August, 2014

Black and white

Posted on Thu, 28 Aug 2014 by KiM

Photos by Duncan Innes

Duncan Innes

Posted on Thu, 28 Aug 2014 by KiM

Today I bring you eye candy, in the form of beautifully captured spaces by New Zealand photographer Duncan Innes. Glimpses into unique homes bathed in light, showcasing their glory at just the right angle so you’re left wanting more. 

I’ll put the kettle on …

Posted on Thu, 28 Aug 2014 by midcenturyjo

The perfect spot to sit and chat with friends or family. A simple, modern kitchen with just a hint of country and best of all a large table as centrepiece.Slide the doors back and inside melds with outside. Clayton Street addition by twarchitects.

More from Studio MRS

Posted on Thu, 28 Aug 2014 by midcenturyjo

I’m not sure why it is happening. Is it because I’m getting older? Am I just jaded? Maybe fads and trends and “it” rooms are finally exposed as fleeting and flimsy. More and more I am drawn to homes that are an eclectic mix of high and low, found and inherited and carefully saved for pieces. Lived in and loved. Not showy and vulgar. Homes like this one on E 10th St, New York by Studio MRS. The new luxury is taking the time to surround yourself with what you love not what everyone tells you you need.

White – theme of the day

Posted on Wed, 27 Aug 2014 by KiM

WHOA. White shelving filled with glass – what’s not to love?!?! (The cleaning part perhaps…)

via Lonny