Displaying posts labeled "Bathroom"

Dancing on the ceiling

Posted on Fri, 21 Sep 2018 by midcenturyjo

The marble bathroom is amazing. The powder room is rich with pinks and reds. The staircase is suitably grand but it’s the dining room that will have you dancing on the ceiling. Talk about packing a design punch! Niederhurst by New York based interior designer Sara Story.

A remodeled 1890’s cottage in Hackney

Posted on Thu, 20 Sep 2018 by KiM

Comfy and casual, with lots of vintage pieces in this remodeled cottage by London-based interior design firm ALL & NXTHINGThis was a big passion project for us, an old wreck nestled in awesome De Beauvoir, Hackney. We took a tired 1890’s cottage and re designed every inch of it utilising its beautiful original bones and adding to its character. Highlights include the double height bathroom with exposed brick and bateau tub and the extended open plan kitchen with exposed beams, concrete floors, log burner and our bespoke kitchen design incorporating Terrazzo and reclaimed parquet worktops. 

A renovated mansion in Rhode Island

Posted on Tue, 18 Sep 2018 by KiM

Here is how you take a mansion (I will take any mansion, any time) and make it look absolutely fabulous without it being ostentatious. A casual beachfront beauty where art is key, located in Watch Hill, Rhode Island designed/architected by Giancarlo Valle.

Photos: Stephen Kent Johnson

Bathroom as spa

Posted on Thu, 13 Sep 2018 by midcenturyjo

 

This luxurious bathroom with its blend of old and new by Los Angeles based interior design firm Studio Hus combines book matched marble slabs, stuccoed walls, oak vanities and golden highlights to create a spa-like ambiance. And that antique light fixture? So unexpected and so perfect for the room.

Cloud House

Posted on Tue, 11 Sep 2018 by midcenturyjo

Light reacting with the surfaces of this house just like light bouncing onto clouds, that was the concept behind this house in Sydney’s Bondi Beach. Openings facing east allow sunshine to pour in, while a courtyard at the centre of the two sections of the building increases the flow even more. With the downstairs dedicated to public spaces, including a double height living area, the upper level’s bedrooms, timber batterned for privacy, are accessed by a staircase and walkway beneath a glass skylight. There’s that word again … “light”. It’s what this fabulous contemporary home is all about.  Cloud House, again by Akin Atelier.