Displaying posts labeled "Children’s space"

Maximising storage, letting in more light and above all keeping the character formed the brief for the renovation of this inner Sydney Art Deco apartment. Oh and a modest budget. A timeless palette, opening up walls, custom cabinets, polished floors and the use of mirrors to bounce the light were all employed to create a chic city home for a young family. Darling Point by Studio Kate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A heady mix

Posted on Mon, 15 Jul 2019 by midcenturyjo

Faded grandeur, modern furniture, tribal touches, truncated torsos,  a confection of a little girl’s room and a blowsy summer garden. It’s a heady mix. Séguier, Paris 6 by Isabelle Stanislas.

A glamorous yet family friendly home

Posted on Fri, 14 Jun 2019 by KiM

A newly built home loaded with patterns (I count 7 wallpapers!), colours and lots of glamorous touches create max personality. Hats off to Missouri-based designer Jessie D. Miller for keeping these spaces dramatic yet family friendly as the homeowners have 2 kids and 2 bulldogs.

A stylish family apartment

Posted on Mon, 6 May 2019 by midcenturyjo

Whether you call it traditional with a twist, elegant eclectic or a just colourful family home this Gramercy Park apartment by interior designer CeCe Barfield is as joyful and exuberant as it is chic and stylish.

 

 

A garage converted into a family playroom

Posted on Fri, 8 Mar 2019 by KiM

If this isn’t the coolest hangout/games space/playroom I don’t know what is! When your client hands you a 12-car garage from the 1980’s it is time to get creative. Four bays became a play room complete with four Pullman-style queen bunk beds, a shop became a dining hall and party room, and three bays became an indoor sport court. Working with durable finishes, eclectic furnishings, and outdoor fabrics a bulletproof retreat was created for children of all ages. By Hoedemaker Pfeiffer.

Photos: Andrew Giammarco