Posted on Wed, 21 Mar 2007 by midcenturyjo

Madame Sera of Sera of London, formerly Rude London, would be a very interesting woman to meet. Sera of London is an exotic and sumptuous boutique, exhibiting sensual and seductively elegant tastes in room designs and decorative accessories. Her work has been described as louche (what a lovely sounding word) and provocative. Not a bedroom my dear but a boudoir. Warning parental guidance may be required for the website darlings.

All images from Sera of London.

Michael Eastman

Posted on Tue, 20 Mar 2007 by midcenturyjo

Michael Eastman’s images of the faded grandeur of Cuba give me chills. Noble and forlorn the interiors are decaying time capsules and functioning homes. Don’t miss the rest of Eastman’s portfolio here.

All images from Michael Eastman Images.

Andy Goldsborough Interior Design

Posted on Mon, 19 Mar 2007 by midcenturyjo

Ornate details, flourishes of colour, pure functional use of space. Andy Goldsborough fuses traditional decorative elements with the clean lines of minimalism.

A little surprise for Kim!

Posted on Sun, 18 Mar 2007 by midcenturyjo

At the time of posting it is very early morning in Canada (1.00am) and Kim is fast asleep. I am wide awake on a Sunday afternoon (3.00pm) searching for images. And I found this. Kim loves Eero Saarinen’s Tulip chair. Here’s a groovy retro shot just for you Kim (and everyone else).

Image from Seventies Design.

Ah Paris Hilton poor little rich girl. Most of you have probably seen this before but I want to know does she still live here? Has it been refurbed since? Pink, blonde, frilly, frivolous, expensive and at times classy. And that’s her villa. Paris is another story.

All images from HELLO!.