Displaying posts labeled "Bedroom"

Brutalist in São Paulo

Posted on Thu, 18 May 2023 by midcenturyjo

It was a gut demolition and reimagining of this São Paulo apartment by Memola Estúdio that created expansive open-plan social spaces with killer views. Wooden floors warm the brutalist concrete shell while white walls bounce the light into the apartment and provide a backdrop for the owners’ art collection. New and old furniture pieces share the neutral tones of the finishes with the “new color palette inspired by the autumn tones of the sunset that appears on the horizon.”

Photography by Fran Parente.

Bridgehampton Residence

Posted on Fri, 12 May 2023 by midcenturyjo

Traditional and yet edgy and young. Think mid-century scandi meets quintessential English cottage. What a great mix for this Bridgehampton home by Augusta Hoffman Studio for a couple who wanted it all.

Modern Deco Hacienda

Posted on Wed, 10 May 2023 by midcenturyjo

“Originally built as a 1920s Spanish Revival, we gave the three-story home a complete overhaul to incorporate modern style and Art Deco influence … The space includes a library, elevator, tasting room, and lower level designed for lengthy stays from family and friends. The centerpiece of the home is a spectacular custom fabricated, curved blackened-steel staircase with bronze top cap that connects all four levels—including the roof deck, with its hot tub and raised vegetable/herb garden.”

Light, glass, Art Deco lines, standout vintage lighting. It all comes together under the design hands of Regan Baker Design to produce an all-enveloping family home over multiple levels.

Photography by Laure Joliet

This bright and unexpected reimagining of a London pied-à-terre by Studio Peake is a “playful blending of opposites and an interplay between old and new – a dash of unexpected colour or detailing; that element of surprise.” Think pattern and texture, a comfortable overcrowding of furniture, books and art, personality and fun.

A Connecticut Home and Garden

Posted on Mon, 8 May 2023 by midcenturyjo

Pinch me. Is it real? A 300-year-old house in Connecticut lovingly brought to life by New York-based interior designer Ryan Lawson. This is no gut demo and stuff in everything new. No this is the careful reworking of the spaces so modern conveniences are provided but layers of the owner’s life and the history of the house shine through.

Photography by Stephen Kent Johnson