Displaying posts labeled "Dark"

Cottagecore but make it dark

Posted on Thu, 1 Feb 2024 by KiM

I would expect Sean Anderson to take a cabin, cottage, weekend retreat like this one (located in Lake Martin, Alabama) and give it cottagecore vibes but with his own dark and dramatic twist. He did just that and WOW this is soooo incredibly cozy and chic. Bet you never saw plaid looking so fine. Photos: Haris Kenjar.

Timeless 1744 home in Connecticut

Posted on Mon, 29 Jan 2024 by midcenturyjo

What can this man not do? Fashion designer, television host and interior designer Christian Siriano of Siriano Interiors has brought this 1744 Connecticut home to life with colour and vintage and antique pieces. Timeless, stylish and a standout.

Photography by Tim Lenz.

Modern meets classic meets earthy

Posted on Fri, 26 Jan 2024 by KiM

This is what Kate Marker does best. Neutral, earthy tones with some dark touches, a classic and approachable take on modern that is really cozy and timeless. This massive house has a lot of white going on for my personal taste but Kate manages to make it feel really warm with some of the secondary spaces in darker tones and leaning on wood elements to add texture and keep it from being too bright and stark. Photos: Stoffer Photography.

Light House

Posted on Fri, 8 Dec 2023 by midcenturyjo

“Light House, Vaucluse: An award-winning project for a family who love Italian-inspired design. Described as ‘timeless and lovingly layered’ by Belle and ‘beautifully nuanced’ by Vogue Living.”

And why the name “Light House”? Yes, the design allows light to pour into the rooms through large windows and a central void, but look out the window and you might see another reason. Sophisticated contemporary living by Sydney-based Smac Studio.

Photography by Dave Wheeler.

A farmhouse on the Yorkshire Moors

Posted on Tue, 21 Nov 2023 by KiM

The design of this Yorkshire farmhouse was inspired by the surrounding moors and architecture and design firm Dunning & Everard created a wonderfully inviting and comfortable home within these vaulted spaces (I love a tall ceiling!). Some of my favourite elements: to die for bookcases in several rooms, a fireplace, a gloriously dark green kitchen with punchy zellige tiles and breathtaking views. (Photos: Brent Darby)