Displaying posts labeled "Blue"

Green and blue

Posted on Tue, 24 Mar 2020 by KiM

This is bit more traditional than I typically gravitate towards, but the green and blue colour scheme that New York City based designer CeCe Barfield selected for this project is really beautiful. I’m also smitten with her “worldly” touches that adds an eclectic vibe.

Fantastical bathroom part 1

Posted on Mon, 23 Mar 2020 by midcenturyjo

In a time of uncertainty and fear perhaps you need a little fantastical beauty to brighten your day. Imagine passing your social isolation soaking in the tub then wrapping yourself up in a luxurious robe to sit beside the fire finishing your toilette. The master bathroom of the 2019 San Francisco Decorator Showcase by Alexis Banks Humiston of ABH Interiors.

Photography by Suzanna Scott and Christopher Stark

A moody inner city getaway

Posted on Tue, 17 Mar 2020 by midcenturyjo

They call it Paris in Paddington. I call it a fabulous example of a glamorous and moody inner city Sydney pad. It’s another luxury Australian home available for short term getaways via LUXICO, the home hotel.

Bungalow blues

Posted on Thu, 5 Mar 2020 by midcenturyjo

“Located on a large leafy suburban block Bungalow House has been transformed and reconfigured from a labyrinthine of rooms & hallways to thoughtfully planned living spaces. By retaining the existing footprint and carefully replanning each space, internal spaces were renovated, each room designed and transitioning into one another to reflect the family, location and farmhouse design aesthetic.”

Hello blue kitchen! I think it’s a case of love at first sight. I shouldn’t have called this post “Bungalow blues” when there is so much to love about this house by Adelaide-based interior designer Georgie Shepherd.

Anne Hepfer update

Posted on Mon, 2 Mar 2020 by KiM

It has been several years since we featured the work of Toronto-based designer Anne Hepfer (here and here). Her signature style of layering palettes of colour and contrast and luxurious finishes is still very much apparent. Such gorgeous spaces.