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This 5 story Park Slope, New York townhouse is perfectly eclectic. There a bit of mid-century, Scandinavian, art deco, bohemian…I love a good mash-up! Stunning from top to bottom. Designed by Damon Liss.

Photos: Joshua McHugh

We don’t typically post renderings but when it’s this fabulous I’m making an exception. Utkan Gunerkan is an Istanbul-born architect based in Milan, Italy, and this bathroom and kitchen are for projects in Puerto Vallarta, my favourite place on earth. They are SO much fun and graphic and creative. If I could make these come true in my home I’d die. And I think it was meant to be seeing as I just replaced my dining room chandelier with one that is turquoise, a colour I never use.

A marriage of modern and vintage

Posted on Mon, 4 Nov 2019 by midcenturyjo

This four storey Georgian town house is a wonderful mix of new and old. Think contemporary kitchen with poured concrete floors, flashes of retro orange, moody rooms in the older part of the house, vintage finds and a myriad of house plants. Fun, flirt and fab. Lyndhurst by London-based interior designer and stylist Julia Thompson of Frank Interiors.

A renovated 1870’s home in San Francisco

Posted on Wed, 30 Oct 2019 by KiM

When vintage meets bohemian meets traditional in a cabin-like, autumn setting. This 3800 sq ft home in Marin County (San Francisco Bay area) was renovated and expanded by G.P. Schafer Architect, who retained the original 1870’s cabin elements. It is so inviting and full of charm. I could not love this more. Interior design by Rita Konig.

Mixing it up in a Tudor home

Posted on Mon, 28 Oct 2019 by KiM

Seattle interior designer Heidi Caillier can do no wrong. I fall in love with every project she completes. This Tudor home is no exception. At first glance the design appears fairly traditional but it does not take long to notice the touches of mid-century and the fun prints and colours used throughout that keep it fresh and youthful.

(Photos I believe by Haris Kenjar)