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Located in historical Kyiv’s centre, this apartment was designed by Yevheniia Dubrovska for her client a young female graphic designer. The owner wanted distinct spaces within the regular layout: a bedroom, a separate wardrobe and an active zone. The 4-meter-high ceilings allowed for tall doors and classic transoms. The vintage-themed interior includes a refurbished dining table and furniture sourced from across Europe, while newer pieces were crafted from the designer’s sketches. Colour accents, like pink tiles and a blue ceiling in the bathroom, add character, aiming for a cozy, historical ambience.

Photography by Yevhenii Avramenko.

Sag Harbor retreat

Posted on Thu, 2 May 2024 by midcenturyjo

“Originally constructed in the 18th century, this five bedroom residence with guest house in Sag Harbor, NY, was updated for contemporary comfort with layers of luxurious neutrals. A carefully curated mix of vintage and custom-designed pieces make a relaxing weekend retreat for crowds large and small.”

Casual luxury. Beautifully fresh and light. I’d be happy with just the guest house! Sag Habor by Anna Karlin.

A textile-filled home in Norfolk

Posted on Wed, 1 May 2024 by KiM

I spotted this feature on Cabana Magazine’s website and it speaks to me on so many levels so I had to share. North Runcton Lodge located in Norfolk, England was dilapidated when Kate Giles and her husband Tim Ellis bought it in 2017. It took two years of stripping out sodden carpets and wallpaper, rewiring, re-plumbing to get it to its current state, and no structural changes were made with the exception of the kitchen. Leaving old paint and wallpaper fragments, they filled it with finds from auctions, fairs, and antique shops, and then layered in tapestries, ancient linens, French quilts and so many beautiful paintings of Kate’s. Such a stunning home (and I’m dying over the kitchen’s tile floor). Photos: Mark Luscombe-Whyte

Maximalism meets minimalism in Miami

Posted on Tue, 30 Apr 2024 by midcenturyjo

This Miami house with its Art Deco influences has been taken to the next level by Istanbul-based design practice Sanayi313. Enis Karavil created a neutral base using natural materials and a light palette then piled in a maximalist meets minimalist flair. With vibrant gallery walls, black-and-white kitchen and powder room, a mix of Art Deco bones with pieces from different design eras, the result is dynamic and fresh.

Photography by Tim Williams.

Playful yet sophisticated in L.A.

Posted on Fri, 26 Apr 2024 by midcenturyjo

Colour, pattern and hip furniture selections create a cool first home for the new owners. Studio Keeta has created a home full of fun and personality with a growing art collection and pieces that speak to the clients. The designers have sought to “establish a dialogue between the polished and the unkept, the formal and informal, the tailored and the unconventional, what has been and what can be.”

Photography by Ye Rin Mok.