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A Venice-comes-to-Camden apartment

Posted on Thu, 26 Oct 2023 by KiM

Back in 2019 I featured the Camden apartment of Luke Edward Hall and Duncan Campbell that was a very colourful combination of mostly green and pink and I fell in love with it. A few years later and maybe a few iterations later, their apartment now has a whole new “Venice” vibe (though still with shades of green and pink). Lots of graphic wallpaper. dark textiles, faux marble, a bold red kitchen topped with a pediment and urns, a lush fabric-laden bedroom make this version of their apartment so much moodier and by far my favourite. Photos: Derry Moore & Billal Taright.

Celebrating colour and art

Posted on Thu, 19 Oct 2023 by midcenturyjo

“Colour, materiality and the stimulus of art influence the many layers which interior architects and designers, Venetia Rudebeck and Romanos Brihi assemble in their work. Studio Vero was launched in 2014 and has since established a design vernacular for thoughtful spaces which combine a warmth, elegance, a reverence for tradition and sense of place.”

A joyful celebration of living with oomph. This Notting Hill house by Studio Vero is no shrinking violet. Colour, pattern, texture and standout art combine to bring to life modern family living.

Stylish in Valencia

Posted on Tue, 17 Oct 2023 by midcenturyjo

Ornate plaster details and stunning floors set the stage for a sophisticated mix of mid century, traditional and contemporary pieces in this Valencia home by Estudio María Santos. Timeless and functional yes but always with that certain something, that style. Favourite details? Dining in a library and the art … and the vintage design classics … and … and …

Photography by Montse Garriga.

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 7 Oct 2023 by midcenturyjo

It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Salt Contemporary Art by Rebecca Jansma Interior Design.

Photography by Nikole Ramsay

This apartment in the historic Cobble Hill neighorhood belongs to partner, Erin Fearins and has been carefully renovated to include custom millwork and an expertly layered mix of vintage furniture pieces and carefully curated art and antiques.
Erin of Studio FSW decked out her family’s apartment with layers of vintage and antique finds, very bold graphic wallpapers and fabrics and daring colour choices. A designer after my own heart. (Photos: Lesley Unruh).