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Jett

Posted on Tue, 7 Feb 2023 by midcenturyjo

“His spaces are the mise-en-scene for life’s story, a backdrop for your personal journey, a journey that is told through desire, by means of the senses.”

Visual and atmospheric, colourful and dramatic. It’s all about immersive living, surrounding yourself with style. Let’s dive into the portfolio of New York-based Darren Jett of the eponymous design studio Jett.

A narrative of scale and tactility, of tradition and family life, artefacts and generous living. Pared back yet aesthetically layered. A former ballet school turned townhouse in the heart of The Hague brought to life by Avenue Design Studio.

Barcelona cool

Posted on Fri, 3 Feb 2023 by midcenturyjo

It’s not just how wonderfully cool this Barcelona apartment would be in the Spanish heat but how fabulously cool (as in awesome) it is.  White walls on white tiles, rooms that open and close, walls of books and a terrace that beckons just past the doors. Simplicity and authenticy. Monterols by interior designers Conti, Cert.

Photography by Salva López

Lauren Lothrop Caron of Studio Laloc added soooo much warmth, personality and inviting touches to this historic Capitol Hill, Seattle home that I could not love it more. Lots of vintage finds, the most beautiful custom made sofa in a unique fabric (‘Flying Ducks Velvet’ by Mulberry Home), a dining room wrapped in Willian Morris wallpaper, the prettiest pink bedroom….I could definitively move right in.

A tranquil townhouse

Posted on Wed, 1 Feb 2023 by midcenturyjo

“A gut renovation and enlargement of a 2 story + garden level 1899 brick townhouse. The project features a new cast-in-place concrete frame extension off the rear, interlocked with the original building. The existing rear brick window openings are enlarged on every floor, creating a generous and fluid series of passageways between the existing rooms and the new extension. A new top floor primary suite is clad in corrugated + perforated Cor-ten siding. The extension includes Douglas Fir structural beams and clerestory windows, providing ample light into the rear spaces from 3 directions. New configurations and finishes throughout include heavy flake oak cabinetry, diamond veneer plaster walls, custom harlequin cement bath tile, and heart pine floors.”

Thoughtful and nuanced, minimalist and stripped back. An exploration of space, materials and the bones of a building. T Townhouse by the New York-based design studio of Thom Dalmas and Bretaigne Walliser TBo.

Photography by Jonathan Hökklo