Displaying posts from March, 2016

For the love of plants…and anything green

Posted on Sun, 27 Mar 2016 by KiM

Happy Easter everyone! This holiday weekend for some of us signifies spring and welcoming warmer weather and some green outside. I found this location home on jj Locations and thought this was the perfect time to share it. Apparently someone loves plants even more than I do. This home is filled with them and it is absolutely beautiful with tons of artwork and accents of green to bring it all together into a cohesive spring-y vibe. I adore every bit of this Victorian house – it gives off so much positive energy. I think I’ll move into the kitchen.

Morgan’s Pub

Posted on Fri, 25 Mar 2016 by midcenturyjo

It’s a very slow day in my part of the world with the promise of more of the same over the long weekend. My plans include lazing around the house, perhaps a book, perhaps a little work in the garden, maybe some old school record playing. And as much as I love my own home I wish I was kicking back in Morgan’s Pub, now a family home in Peckham, London and part of The Plum Guide.

A couple more projects by Noz Design

Posted on Thu, 24 Mar 2016 by KiM

This chic kitchen needs to go in all of your inspiration folders. A lesson on how to turn a boring, outdated kitchen into extraordinary. The living/dining rooms in the second project are fun, stylish spaces with bold pattern and colour accents. Ping pong or dinner? You decide. Via Noz Design.

Photos by Colin Price Photography

Chez Noz

Posted on Thu, 24 Mar 2016 by KiM

This is the home of San Francisco interior designer Noz Nozawa of Noz Design. Her focus is to create eclectically modern spaces and she certainly has done that here, with dark painted walls to easily add drama and some vintage furnishings for funkiness. Throw in that adorable Frenchie and you have got a pretty sweet pad here. 


Photos by Colin Price Photography

Midnight blue

Posted on Thu, 24 Mar 2016 by midcenturyjo

I was so inspired by the Kraków apartment by projekt i that I had to share another from their portfolio. A familiar palette of black and white is used in the public areas while a rich deep blue is the highlight of the bedroom in this stylish 50 m² apartment near the Wawalem Castle.