Barclay Fryery

Posted on Wed, 9 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

Barclay Fryery is a Greenwich, CT-based lifestyle expert, interior decorator, TV host, columnist, author. One of House Beautiful’s top 125 designers in America Barclay’s website covers everything. Fashion, travel, furniture, Q&A, links. It’s a one stop over the top Barclay feast. Here are just a few of his amazing rooms.

Ethereal hues

Posted on Mon, 7 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

Sea foam green and palest blue. I love these faded vintage colours. So evocative. Calm, elegant, other worldly. They’re the perfect backdrop to boho modern, eclectic, vintage found style and even a more relaxed traditional, country or Swedish feel. Barely there blues and sea greens yum!

Mirror mirror on the wall

Posted on Sat, 5 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

Or should that be mirror mirror you are the wall. Never ending reflections of you. Beautiful, expensive and a devil to clean these are certainly one of a kind rooms. Love them but would I spend all my time staring aimlessly at myself and myself and myself……


Posted on Fri, 4 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

Mogul is one of LA’s hottest lifestyle stores. The lovechild of Tom Piscitello and Neal Wagner Mogul is a blend of new stylish contemporary furniture and vintage mid-century furnishings, accessories and Wagner’s original abstract artwork. Wagner and Piscitello create high-end residential and commercial interior designs. Glam, bad and so hip. Oouch!

This post is for Eric of the notorious Gold Digger. Eric, a great friend of this blog from the beginning has just graduated from college. Congratulations honey! This is our graduation present to you. Not only does this website reflect your super cool biting style but it’s a portent for your future – the mogul life.

Laura Day Design

Posted on Wed, 2 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

“At the very heart of Laura Day Design is this premise: Every space, commercial or residential, can be transformed to fulfil its functionality and express the client’s sense of beauty and personality.” I couldn’t say it better than the website.