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Disclaimer: This is not a post about interior design. It is a post about maintaining original Parisian architecture in a major minimalist renovation, and how to use marble in a wow-factor way. Such a beautiful space, by architecture firm Septembre.

Photos: David Foessel

A perfect marriage

Posted on Wed, 26 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

The perfect marriage of old and new, formal and casual, light and dark, carefully curated and relaxed family expectations all within its original footprint. Marrickville Terrace by Sydney-based Baldwin & Bagnall.


Photography by Tom Ferguson

Chasing the dream – the London flat

Posted on Thu, 20 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

I’m real estate stalking an elegant two bedroom split level apartment with private courtyard garden located over the upper and lower-ground floors of a converted terrace house in London’s Stoke Newington. I wish I wasn’t because I can’t afford it but a girl can dream right? I love the contemporary aesthetic and the generous Victorian rooms. Light filled and lovely. I’d just need to rearrange the second bedroom. Farleigh Road, London N16 via The Modern House.

Juniper Tedhams

Posted on Tue, 18 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

Juniper Tedhams originally trained as a painter and it tells. Considered composition, her use of light as yet another design element. Her next move into antiques honed her curatorial eye, informed her furniture selections. The final move into interior design was a given. Restrained, elegant, sophisticated.

Sea Roost

Posted on Fri, 14 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

It’s Valentines Day and I could think of nothing better than escaping to a rustic little cottage, fire roaring in a stone fireplace, the sound of waves crashing just metres away. Sea Roost from the owners of Mate Gallery would be the perfect romantic getaway. Two cottages nestled in mature landscape at Montauk. I know you won’r mind if I don’t invite you, just my husband.

Photography – Matt Albiani, Heather Clawson and Michelle Adams