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Jo shared the 17th century, 3,300 sq ft Milan palazzo of designer Vincenzo De Cotiis a few years ago and I recently stumbled upon it again and because it truly is one of the most exquisite homes I have ever seen I wanted to share it again. This is what taking the time to peel back years and years of layers can get you. And when you leave it raw and untreated, it is absolutely magical and something to be revered for years to come. (You can read more about it here and here)

Photos: Simon Watson, Joachim Wichmann

The new antiquarians

Posted on Mon, 22 Feb 2021 by KiM

This California bungalow has not only the pleasure of some great weather but the vintage vibes this home throws down is giving me all the feels. Especially the master bathroom. OMG. Put this one in your inspiration folder folks. Another project by Breeze Giannasio.

A modernized classic Victorian terrace home

Posted on Tue, 2 Feb 2021 by KiM

Michelle Kelly is at it again with her penchant for colour and pattern. She has modernized this classic Victorian terrace home and made it family friendly and cozy. The hand-brushed brass kitchen cabinets are fabulous!!!

Waking up in Palm Springs

Posted on Thu, 14 Jan 2021 by midcenturyjo

In Australia, we have quarantine hotels where returning citizens must stay isolated for 14 days to ensure the virus doesn’t escape into the community. We are very, very lucky to have extremely low and in most cases, no community spread. Unfortunately, none of our quarantine rooms looks anything like this “Waking up in Palm Springs” suite by Patricia Bustos. If only! Bright, fun, great vibes and positive energy.

Red Deer

Posted on Fri, 18 Dec 2020 by midcenturyjo

“Working with a Grade II listed property like this one on Harley Street pushed us to design within the confines of a 1750s layout and its 19th c. alterations. The end result was a marriage of styles that highlight the property’s historical qualities within a 21st century palette.”

And isn’t a successful marriage what we all desire? The beautiful Harley Street project by Red Deer.

Photography by Billy Bolton.