Displaying posts from September, 2021

A bit brighter and more contemporary

Posted on Thu, 2 Sep 2021 by KiM

Sean Anderson‘s neutral, textured, vintage vibe is always present in his spaces, even when it’s on the brighter and more contemporary side. Every piece I want to go up for a closer look, and touch it to feel the softness or the patina. This home in Alabama is very neutral but there’s so much texture and warmth that colour is not at all missed. (Photos: Haris Kenjar; Architect: Tom Adams; Builder: Francis Bryant Construction)

This Charleston, North Carolina Georgian home exudes character the second you walk in the front door. The homeowners (Jordan Kruse and his husband James Hewlette) wanted a ‘masculine southern’ vibe and designer Elly Poston delivered with grasscloth wallpaper, a glossy green bar, lots of blue, and black accents. Such fabulous attention to detail.

A designer’s own

Posted on Wed, 1 Sep 2021 by midcenturyjo

“Timeless interiors that are modern and sophisticated, yet relaxed and livable. Threaded through each project is a unique perspective that reflects a love of rich colors, unique textiles, a mix of traditional and modern elements and one-of-a-kind custom furnishings.”

A designer’s own home is always a true inspiration and Tatyana Miron Ahlers (one half of design powerhouse Pappas Miron) has created a magical family apartment in Manhattan.


Posted on Wed, 1 Sep 2021 by midcenturyjo

“Like a sculptor who lives and works among hundreds of moulds, mallets and chisels. Like a painter who always needs his brushes close at hand to capture the colourful images in his mind’s eye. Like a couturier who receives his clientèle surrounded by bolts of cloth. That’s how Gert Voorjans lives and works in Antwerp.”

Bravo! A triumph of maximalism, visually stunning and not for the faint of heart. Atelier Hors Catégorie by iconic Belgian tastemaker and interior architect Gert Voorhans.