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Australian artist David Bromley is a serial house owner or should that be home seller. Whether inner city or out in the country it’s not too hard to spot a home with the Bromley touch. You might remember his Byron Bay house I stalked here. Today I’m stalking his Hepburn Springs country shack and it has all the Bromley hallmarks, the outstanding art collection, quirky one off pieces and statement bathrooms. If you want it though you’re too late. It just sold. Link here while it lasts.

Studio Gild and statement art

Posted on Fri, 1 Sep 2017 by midcenturyjo

Studio Gild loves statement art. So I love Studio Gild. Especially because of the photo above. Now that is how you pull off an exceptional gallery wall!

I had to share this bold apartment in Moscow I found yesterday on The Village because I love when designers show creativity and take risks. Hats off to Marina Zhukova for having the guts to go all Jonathan Adler-esque in her own space. All of the wild colours used throughout along with all the fabulous wallpapers and tile work make for some serious graphic, dramatic statements.

Stalking an artist’s apartment

Posted on Fri, 16 Jun 2017 by midcenturyjo

I’m stalking the inner-city Sydney suburb of Surry Hills. I’m stalking what would normally be a rather unremarkable 2 bedroom apartment except… I’m stalking artist Guy Maestri’s apartment. It’s amazing how a stellar art collection can elevate the unremarkable to the exceptional. The price may be stratospheric but unfortunately that’s due to Sydney’s inflated market not wishful thinking that the contents are thrown in for the price. Link here while it lasts.


Signage can be a fun way to decorate your walls as opposed to traditional art. Large lettering is also a great way to add visual interest to a space. Sign Letters is a wonderful resource with lots of options in materials and lets you customize down to your specifications. And free shipping!!!

Black and white luxury

Posted on Thu, 8 Jun 2017 by midcenturyjo

Masculine, a little moody, black and white and pure luxury. Brentwood Penthouse by Jeff Trotter Design