Displaying posts from August, 2017

Do your kids hate taking a bath or brushing their teeth? Bet they’d be alot more excited about both of those tasks if they were able to do it in this cool bathroom! The “Mr. Blow” wallpaper by Abnormals Anonymous is so fun!!! By Brio Interior Design (photos: Haris Kenjar)

I am completely smitten with this Seattle apartment designed by Brio Interior Design. Such fun bright colours in unique combinations and a midcentury vibe. The clients of this newly built high rise unit only had a few requests when hiring brio interior design to complete the bare bones, empty interior from scratch. The palette should include green and ivory, the art should be local, the sofa must be “nap-able” and there must be a king size bed in the owner’s suite with an upholstered headboard. We chose to infuse the sterile interior with bold color, lush texture, one of a kind custom furnishings and plenty of velvet. The space features artwork by locals including Deanne Belinoff and Paul Edmondson as well as the fine craftsmanship of local woodworkers and furniture makers who built the custom sofa, wall bed/desk, headboard and living room built-ins right here in lovely Seattle. Photos:Haris Kenjar.

Colour pops

Posted on Wed, 16 Aug 2017 by midcenturyjo

After so much grey on grey or broody black recently I’m craving a colour pop… or two. Fuschia living room anyone? By Noz Design.

Or perhaps you like your colour riot bouncing off bright, white walls. Traditional Home Showhouse by The English Room.

An elegant grey bedroom

Posted on Tue, 15 Aug 2017 by midcenturyjo

My heart can’t take how absolutely beautiful this bedroom is. Those shades of grey, brass accents and OMG that tufted velvet headboard!!! By Kingston Lafferty Design

Alexander Doherty Design

Posted on Tue, 15 Aug 2017 by midcenturyjo

New York City based interior designer Alexander Doherty is out there making traditional, classical design cool for those who like a dash of elegance in their homes. Timeless and sophisticated, with some funky and unexpected elements added in accessories, art and furniture.