Displaying posts labeled "Dark"

Todd Yoggy

Posted on Tue, 8 Dec 2009 by KiM

Classic with touches of modern, boldly elegant and sophisticated yet comfortable, mixes of past and present. Welcome to the world of interior designer Todd Yoggy.

The dark side

Posted on Mon, 12 Nov 2007 by midcenturyjo

There is something about a dark room. I don’t mean that the light switch is off. These rooms are mysterious, cozy, snug, cool and cave like but they are also chic, elegant and unexpected. Be brave. Turn to the dark side.

Hallie Burton Laura Resen
Paul Whicheloe Roger Davies
Eve Robinson David Hicks
De Lisle, Philpotts & Staub Nicholas Haslam
Barclay Fryery Justin Bernhaut

Encore, encore!

Posted on Wed, 10 Oct 2007 by midcenturyjo

We posted these photos over on design*sponge but I just had to post them again here in large format. This dark luxe Sydney city apartment is elegant, sophisticated and masculine. When you tire of the luxury appointments you can always gaze out the full height windows at the amazing Sydney view. Another stunner from Greg Natale. Thanks for being so generous with the pictures of your work Greg.

PS Greg is sending photos of his latest white on white beach house. Can’t wait!

Wildly glamorous

Posted on Mon, 2 Jul 2007 by KiM

“Park Terrace, London
5 storey house in a Private Road near Regent’s Park
Over 3400 square feet full of rock n’ roll glamour
Sumptuous living and dining areas, beautifully furnished
Stunning black bedroom with ensuite black high gloss bathroom
Light filled family kitchen with dining area opening onto garden…”

Photos from Zownir Locations

Welcome to Greg’s home!

Posted on Fri, 1 Jun 2007 by midcenturyjo


Hi Jo,
This is my own apartment where I live. I wanted to show you this because it shows our versatility as designers. We are known for doing spaces with print and colour so this space shows another look, its dark, moody and sexy. With my own space I wanted to express a very personal response which makes this space original as only I own these experiences. I hope you know what I mean. I drew on my Italian/Australian background, basically I was pushing “wog chic”! The baroque chair is from the family home and the chandelier and bed head are pieces that I saw in my uncles houses in the 80s. At the time I thought they where the height of utter revoltingness but now appreciate their beauty and kitschness. I love the irony of turning something that I thought was ugly into some beautiful. This adds another dimension to a room. I wanted this space to be a place where I came home at the end of the day and feel fantastic and when I go to bed to FEEL LIKE Joan Collins snuggling up in my fur bedspread. We all work hard and we deserve to feel extraordinary. Anyway I hope you like this project, there is more to come!
Greg

Images from Greg Natale

Thanks Greg! Anytime you need a house sitter you know who to email.