Displaying posts labeled "Art"

An artist you need to know

Posted on Fri, 30 Aug 2019 by KiM

Jenny Andrews Anderson. You need to know that name if you have eyeballs and appreciate art (and comedy – her IG stories are f*cking hilarious). She has been an online friend of mine for many years and I’m always stoked to see her art collections taking new twists and turns. Lately she’s been into mixed media collages and they are GORG. See for yourself….here’s a sneak peak of ones that will be available on Sept 1 (unless you signed up for her newsletter then you get first dibs early).

The Brooklyn home of designer Delia Kenza

Posted on Tue, 27 Aug 2019 by KiM

The Brooklyn home of designer Delia Kenza (that she shares with her 2 daughters and artist and choreographer husband Júlio Leitão) is…everything. Absolutely breathtaking original features are paired with modern features like a sleek kitchen and jaw dropping black stained chevron hardwood floors. Add in lots of unique art by Júlio and other artists and ethnic accessories and you have the most eclectic and unique home filled with whimsy and character. (some info and photos by Floto + Warner from this article in The Cut)

A 70’s bohemian home in Ibiza

Posted on Wed, 21 Aug 2019 by KiM

This apartment could not be more uplifting, fun, quirky and retro-fabulous!!! I found this Ibiza home (of vintage shop owner Vicente Ganesha) on the website of super-talented interior stylist Pete Bermejo and I am having heart palpitations. I had to start with the bedroom because it is beyond gorgeous. (I hope he has hired someone to clean because I can’t imagine dusting his glass collection). Photos: Pablo Zamora

You all know I like a Victorian era house. Brick or stone is even better. Gritty, old suburb perfect. Add a modern extension and I’m weak at the knees. Well this beauty in Melbourne’s Cremorne has one more thing that has turned me into a salvering mess … a fabulous Papua New Guinea tribal art collection. How much for the house and contents? When can I move in? Link here while it lasts.

Neoclassical

Posted on Thu, 8 Aug 2019 by midcenturyjo

Today’s second offering is a designer’s own family home at the foot of Montmarte in Paris. A daring home where vintage references, personal creations and neoclassical French sculptures coexist. An elegant home but with a twist, a sense of drama, of cool.  Pigalle by French superstar interior designer Tristan Auer.