Displaying posts from October, 2021

A Spanish Revival home in Los Angeles

Posted on Wed, 6 Oct 2021 by KiM

This 1926 Spanish Revival home in Los Angeles is yet another example of Frances Merrill of Reath Design‘s creativity and brilliant use of colour and pattern. This time it is a bit more subtle than most of her projects, but that allows the architecture of the home to stand out and take centre stage. Casual and playful and every detail is worth taking note. Photos: Laure Joliet

Classic contemporary

Posted on Wed, 6 Oct 2021 by KiM

Queen Street Residence by Phoebe Nicol. In response to the brief from a client seeking a home that would reflect their love of originality, quality finishes and comfort, Phoebe has delivered a living environment where textures, colour and form come together in an unique interplay. Classically timeless pieces are complemented by bespoke contemporary art and artefacts, without sacrificing comfort, liveability or durability. Seemingly effortlessly beautiful. Taking classical design up a notch.

Bucolic on the Hudson

Posted on Tue, 5 Oct 2021 by midcenturyjo

What a dream. A lovely traditional home, rambling vines and lush lawns rolling down to the Hudson River. Views from almost every window, old floor boards, overstuffed sofas mixed with antiques and a garden room off the living space. Peaceful, serene luxury. Residence along the Hudson by John B. Murray Architect.

A modern apartment in Barcelona

Posted on Tue, 5 Oct 2021 by midcenturyjo

Interior design and art, the two great passions of  Juan Moreno López-Calull of John Brown Projects. This Barcelona apartment with its contemporary clean lines, wonderful light and city views is elevated by the choice of modern sculpture and large art works. It’s the perfect example is big is good, cluttered is a bother.

Lots of colour and mediums in a Sydney home

Posted on Mon, 4 Oct 2021 by KiM

Aside from every colour under the sun being incorporated into this 200 sq m 1960s Sydney home you also have exposed brick, mural painted on brick, ‘crazy pavers’ flooring, tile, marble, white cork etc. making this home as dynamic and energizing as can be. It is utterly fascinating how design firm YSG managed to turn chaos into something really special. (Photos: Prue Ruscoe, Styling: Alicia Sciberras)