Displaying posts from June, 2023

On the ravine

Posted on Fri, 30 Jun 2023 by KiM

Ashley Montgomery does it again with yet another project of perfection, where I would not change a single thing. On The Ravine is a blend of neutrals and wood and textures and earthiness and a touch of grandeur. So easy on the eyes. I’d walk through that front door and immediately let out a deep breath and sigh. Photos: Lauren Miller.

A Wisconsin Lakeside Villa

Posted on Fri, 30 Jun 2023 by KiM

I saw these photos in the portfolio of Palm Beach and Wisconsin based interior designer Jessica Jubelirer and thought WOW what incredible homes she has worked her magic on…. and then I discovered from this AD article these are all from the same very VERY large home in Wisconsin. Not only is this home insanely huge (14,000-square-foot, six-bedroom, numerous sitting rooms and dining rooms, a mudroom with flower cutting station, bowling alley, gym, swanky garage) but each space is like it’s own little world with tons of character and personality – a little surprise as you move from one room to the next. What a dreamy home! Photos: Douglas Friedman; styling: Mieke ten Have.

Countryside house in Madrid

Posted on Thu, 29 Jun 2023 by midcenturyjo

Sleek minimalism in the northern suburbs of Madrid. Referencing its Spanish roots but lightening and lifting, constraining and curating leaving a thoroughly contemporary home. Minimalism with soul. RI Countryside House Madrid by Burondo.

Photography by Montse Garriga.

Romance and Mystery in Hancock Park

Posted on Thu, 29 Jun 2023 by midcenturyjo

“Hancock Park is known for gracious homes that offer a striking mix between classic English Tudors and fanciful Old Hollywood architecture. Our goal was to preserve the essence of the home while also making necessary updates that would support the harmony, functionality, and appeal of the space. This meant leaving in some of the more ‘dated’ elements and creating an interior atmosphere that would compliment the original themes. We invited a new edge into our work by bringing romance and mystery into a family home, something unexpected. The result proved that sensuality and soul can add a necessary warmth to familial spaces.”

Beautifully curated and almost cave-like, an oasis from the glare outside the windows. Muted, mossy, mature and marvellous. Hancock Park Tudor by Jake Arnold.

Photography by Michael Clifford

A riot of colour in a Park Slope townhouse

Posted on Wed, 28 Jun 2023 by KiM

If this isn’t defined as “bold colour” then I don’t know what is. And BOLD in all caps is how I would define this. Such a whimsical, almost fairytale home where you leave one room and enter another and your level of intrigue and excitement would keep growing. I would love to meet these homeowners as I would guess their personalities match this eclectic, energetic vibe. Designed by Studio SFW.