Displaying posts from October, 2016

Earthy greens and yellows

Posted on Sun, 23 Oct 2016 by KiM

I have never wanted to experiment with earthy, chalky colours like olives and mustards….until now. Lawd half mursey this home is absolutely stunning! The combination of these shades on the walls, and an eclectic mix of bold graphic art, rustic wood furnishings and modern lighting has me falling completely in love with this British location home via jj Locations

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 22 Oct 2016 by midcenturyjo

You know what I say. If you have to drag yourself into work on the weekend then it better be somewhere stylish. Figma’s San Francisco offices by Geremia.

Modern in green and black

Posted on Fri, 21 Oct 2016 by KiM

I have fallen completely in love with this house. Modern. Simple details. Recurring circles (the firm’s signature architectural element). Drama with green cabinetry, black walls and tumbling block tile. And if you ever needed to see wall-to-wall carpet in a bedroom done right, astroturf green for the win! Urquhart Estate by Melbourne-based Kennedy Nolan

More Kennedy Nolan eye candy can be found here, herehere and here.  

Hotel Julien

Posted on Fri, 21 Oct 2016 by midcenturyjo

Time for our Friday escape. Yes if you’re chained to your desk at work and need a virtual getaway then why not join me at Hotel Julien in the heart of the historic Belgian city of Antwerp. Two 16th century properties lovingly restored, their historic features effortlessly combined with contemporary furnishings. I’ll meet you on the terrace with those lovely rooftop views. Well at least in my daydreams.

A barn conversion in Berkshire

Posted on Fri, 21 Oct 2016 by midcenturyjo

The conversion of a rundown barn in Berkshire saw London-based Indigo Design Associates create a beautiful contemporary home within the old stone walls. A soft colour palette of greys and whites is enhanced by injections of blue while natural fabrics and old timbers add warmth to the minimalist shell. Simple clean modern lines celebrate the vast barn space while private spaces are more intimate.