Displaying posts from April, 2017

Spaces by Daniela Tosca York

Posted on Thu, 13 Apr 2017 by midcenturyjo

Before we head into the Easter long weekend (we’ll still be blogging each day just a bit less than usual) here is a glimpse into the minimalist yet dramatic world of British designer Daniela Tosca York. Pretty and glam with some pink, marble and large scale art. XOXO. 

Fiona Duke and dark spaces done proper

Posted on Thu, 13 Apr 2017 by KiM

My heart will always be with the dark and dramatic, so I was pleased as punch to discover someone shares my passion for moody, inky shades. Fiona Duke is an interior designer based in Essex, U.K. and I love her eclectic, casual style. I discovered several of these fabulous photos are of her own home so she’s designing and living in awesomeness. 

A charming family apartment

Posted on Thu, 13 Apr 2017 by KiM

A renovated Art Deco apartment in Darling Point, Sydney, home to Kate Nixon of Busatti Australia and her family, is full of charm and character as well as the beautiful Italian fabrics that Nixon imports. A neutral palette allows for accents of pattern and colour to take the limelight while delightful vignettes provide the eye candy.

Photography by Maree Homer

Never underestimate the power of neutrals

Posted on Wed, 12 Apr 2017 by KiM

Beige, white, gold, tan, brass, brown, sand….all of these colours together make for such a warm, sophisticated and polished space. With the assemblage of gorgeous furnishings by the oh-so-talented Brian Paquette, this condo is a beauty. 

(so much more of his work can be found here)

This Tribeca loft designed by Elizabeth Bolognino must be home to an art collector. And a lover of cats. 🙂 Both of which make this space really appealing to me. And I am completely head over heels in love with the butterfly art installation in the dining room. SO PRETTY!!! (More of Elizabeth’s work here and here)