Words cannot describe……

Posted on Wed, 16 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

how much I love this house! Greg Natale has done it again. Bold, glamorous and oozing attitude this 1940s family home was renovated and furnished by Greg and his team and is the latest project featured on his inspiring website. It’s a sophisticated mix of traditional pieces, design classics, lush colour and pattern, lots of glorious glam pattern. Thanks for the pictures Greg!

Sixx Design

Posted on Tue, 15 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

Husband and wife team Cortney and Robert Novogratz are Sixx Design. Turning chaos into fabulous and creating sumptuous, well-designed spaces from wrecks and empty lots, this design duo (and their six kids) create developments from the derelict carcass all the way to triumphant completion. Inspiring. Check out the website too many great pictures.

Megan Morton stylist extraordinaire

Posted on Mon, 14 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

Got an email the other day from Megan Morton wanting to get a direct feed from our site. Megan is a leading international stylist based in Sydney but whose portfolio covers the globe. She’s hot. As Australia’s busiest interiors and “beautiful-things” stylist, she’s quirky and inventive. Shoots include Kelly Wearstler’s Viceroy and Maison 140 hotels. In demand with leading magazine editors, corporate advertisers and celebrities she is famous for her bold use of colour, great eye for the latest merchandise and larger than life events staging. Her latest project was the wine bar for Rosemount Fashion Week here in Australia wowing all including event guest, the infamous Dita Von Teese. Megan has promised shots! In the meantime check out her portfolio on FLIPP her management’s website.

Images from Megan’s portfolio on FLIPP

More palest blue and sea mist green

Posted on Sat, 12 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

It’s obvious I love these colours. Calming, serene, sophisticated,delicate and subtle. The last in this look at these ethereal hues.

Ethereal hue part 2

Posted on Fri, 11 May 2007 by midcenturyjo

More of those faded vintage blues and greens. Can’t get enough. Cool and elegant they are evocative of the aquamarine of the sea or the delicate tint of birds’ eggs and lend a sense of airiness to a room.