Displaying posts labeled "Dining Room"

A green room

Posted on Fri, 9 Oct 2020 by midcenturyjo

Hmmm? What colour is best for a dining room? Why green of course! The Eastern Terrace, a multi-zone garden for a Melbourne apartment by Lisa Ellis Gardens.

Industrial ideal

Posted on Fri, 9 Oct 2020 by midcenturyjo

I really should stop real estate stalking. More to the point I really should stop lurking on The Modern House‘s website. Then I wouldn’t be blown away by this industrial repurposing. The amazing space was a once a brewery cooperage in Clerkenwell. Be still my beating heart. It’s my industrial ideal. But it’s not only the closed borders thanks to corona virus that are stopping me from buying this amazing home. It’s the price tag of £7,250,000. Sigh!

A house in the country

Posted on Mon, 5 Oct 2020 by midcenturyjo

From the master of the mix, interior designer and dealer Serge Castella comes a countryside residence that is chic and sophisticated while being bucolic and relaxed. A pastoral poem and an ode to collectable cool.

Modern Mediterranean Kitchen

Posted on Tue, 29 Sep 2020 by midcenturyjo

Curvilinear with bold use of colour. Oak and brass and honed marble. Hand painted abstracts on curtains. Sculptural with a hint of Art Deco and all of it contemporary. The 2020 San Francisco showhouse gave a blank slate Regan Baker Design created a stellar kitchen.

Photography by Suzanna Scott Photography

“A young couple looking for a home with soul buys a historic townhouse in DC that had recently been purchased by developers bent on modernizing the space. This couple came in at the eleventh hour before the demolition was complete and hired Zoë Feldman Design to bring back the character of this old home with modern touches, eclectic art and design, quirky touches, while focusing on the sustainability in line with their ideals.”

Don’t you love it when the story has a happy ending. A sleeping princess, a white knight and a fairy godmother to sprinkle about the magic.

Photography by Stacy Zarin Goldberg