Displaying posts from August, 2017

Stalking modern industrial

Posted on Fri, 4 Aug 2017 by midcenturyjo

I’m stalking in the Sydney suburb of Balmain. Once the home of factories,warehouses, wharves and the workers employed there it has now undergone a renaissance becoming one of Sydney’s most sort after suburbs. Today’s home, by architects Carter Williamson, references the industrial past of the suburb but its contemporary design is all about space, style and luxury. 3 levels and a roof terrace with stunning city views, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (the ensuite is stunning) and stackable parking for 2 cars. No price on the listing but you can be sure it’s multi-millions. Link here while it lasts.

Yellow curtains

Posted on Thu, 3 Aug 2017 by KiM

Now you don’t see this every day – statement curtains in a bright lemon yellow. Not for those neutral loving folks. And to make them even more IN YOUR FACE they are hung right at ceiling height so there’s even more curtain. This is pretty ballsy. I think I dig it. By Sarah Wittenbraker

What do you all think? 

Colourful with Tiffany Pratt

Posted on Thu, 3 Aug 2017 by KiM

Bold, bright colours is what Toronto designer Tiffany Pratt is all about, and I would expect nothing less from someone who rocks orange and pink hair. This along with her eclectic blend of old and new, casual and elegant makes for some pretty ye catching spaces. 

Simply classic by Laura C. Singleton

Posted on Thu, 3 Aug 2017 by midcenturyjo

Classic, curated and cool. I’m cherry picking my favourites from Laura C. Singleton‘s portfolio. Whether it’s clean lines in white upon white or sophisticated dark and moody this Austin, Texas based designer believes in keeping it simple and stylish.

Bold colours in a remodel by Brian Paquette

Posted on Wed, 2 Aug 2017 by KiM

I wanted to share another awesome project by designer Brian Paquette, however this one is a bit of a departure from his typical colour palette and is bright and playful. I really like the idea of an unexpected colour for all of a kitchen’s lower cabinets. I’d love to see this in either a kelly or forest green.