Displaying posts from January, 2017

Mid century in Miracruz

Posted on Fri, 27 Jan 2017 by KiM

I’m like a child in a candy store. Where do I look first? So much goodness to devour. Mid century furniture, gallery wall, the rugs, fabulous vignettes sprinkled with a great collection of West German pottery. I need to pore over these photos to wring out all the inspiration. In case you don’t realise I love this home by interior designer Mikel Irastorza. You can see more of his work here.

A charming 1860s loft

Posted on Thu, 26 Jan 2017 by midcenturyjo

I continue to have a soft spot for lofts and this one with classic and feminine touches mixed with vintage industrial pieces make this so perfectly eclectic. And how freaking brilliant – a bank of Ikea cabinets installed console-style with an antique cupboard mixed in. Saving that one in my inspiration folder! By Houston, Texas based FOUND (a partnership between Ruth Davis and Aaron Rambo).

Green Apartment

Posted on Thu, 26 Jan 2017 by KiM

Different shades of green and blue are the heroes of the redesign of this 30th floor apartment in Kiev by Oleksii Venediktov and his design firm Special Project Venediktov. Bold, unique, a little Scandinavian with an undercurrent of industrial. I love how the colours change as the light advances and wanes changing the feel of the apartment.

A model apartment

Posted on Thu, 26 Jan 2017 by midcenturyjo

A historical building with soaring windows. Light flooding in to an apartment with exposed brick, reclaimed oak floors and marble. What a wonderful canvas to work with. 60 White Street, a model (display) apartment in New York’s TriBeCa area by interior designer Magdalena Keck.

Victorian modern

Posted on Wed, 25 Jan 2017 by KiM

When Victorian and modern come together in one home to create something pretty awesome. To be frank, I am so in love with all the woodwork in the old part of the house I could not care less what is going on in the rest. I mean, look at the photo above! AH MAH GAWD!!! Interior design by Fern Santini, architecture by Mell Lawrence Architects