Displaying posts from November, 2019

Tonal Terrazzo

Posted on Fri, 22 Nov 2019 by midcenturyjo

Just when you thought millenial pink had had its day and that terrazzo might be going the same way along comes a stylish bathroom that embraces both with gusto and proves the nay sayers wrong. Talk about packing a punch … a pink punch that is. A tonal triumph by interior designer Angela Harry.

Photography by Armelle Habib

It’s chic. It’s elegant. It’s oh so French. AND it has a view to die for! Believe it or not this Champ de Mars apartment is a “pied à terre” for a Swiss couple who only occasioinally live in Paris. Sigh. By Gaspard Ronjat in collaboration with Valerie Pasquiou.

Photography by Véronique Mati

A converted church in Colorado

Posted on Thu, 21 Nov 2019 by KiM

If you’ve been following our blog a while you’ll know Jo and I love church conversions. This 12,000 sq ft church in Mountain Town, Colorado was converted into a family vacation home and is another project by designer Kimille Taylor. A more subdued colour palette here, and while also eclectic, it’s a bit less drastic. Even toned down a few notches from her own space, this home is an absolute stunner!

A designer’s eclectic apartment in New York

Posted on Thu, 21 Nov 2019 by KiM

The Upper West Side apartment of designer Kimille Taylor serves as her laboratory. She went all out with some bold colours, and furnishings ranging from super traditional to ultra modern. I will get behind such a random/eclectic mix every single time. Attention-grabbing design at its finest.

Photos: Joshua McHugh

A beautiful contemporary farmhouse

Posted on Wed, 20 Nov 2019 by midcenturyjo

” Mixing concrete, wood, marble and brick, there is an endless palette of finishes that join together to embody a bespoke home with open plan and endless warmth.”

Light, bright and incredibly beautiful. A Californian take on a contemporary farmhouse by Rachael Goddard Design Studio.