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Home and Away

Posted on Mon, 7 Nov 2022 by midcenturyjo

“Sequenced over three levels, this dream-like oasis weaves tangible tales of faraway lands and ancient cultures through eclectic manipulations of materials and styles to convey charismatic reinterpretations of the past.”

It’s fun, fresh, quirky, spirited, confident and trend-setting. It’s mad. It shouldn’t work. It’s a triumph. “Home and Away” by in my opinion the most exciting Australian interior designer Yasmine Saleh Ghoniem of YSG.

Photography by Anson Smart

Elegant and refined

Posted on Tue, 1 Nov 2022 by midcenturyjo

Stately homes, refined and elegant. These are the domain of Madrid-based interior designer Lucía Gómez-Acebo.  Think classicism, antiques, a restrained colour palette and beautiful finishes. Whether high street or the designer’s take on rustic living, homes embrace elegance, style, comfort and luxury.

Another World

Posted on Thu, 20 Oct 2022 by midcenturyjo

“A grand heritage home was transformed combining vintage and contemporary signature pieces from Australian and international designers, resulting in a showcase home that whilst exciting and arresting is still comfortable and inviting. An eclectic collection of furniture fittings and finishes was curated to produce a stunning result.”

The designer Christian Lyon calls this project Another World. Another world indeed. I’m transported to a land of luxury and style. A chic and sophisticated home in my dreams.

Timeless elegance meets vintage chic in this Madrid apartment. With its restrained, neutral colour palette, eclectic mix of furniture, cool art and natural materials the home is full of personality and style.  Pintor Rosales by Estudio María Santos .

Photography by Montse Garriga

Haussmannian twist

Posted on Tue, 20 Sep 2022 by midcenturyjo

Paris based interior designer Pauline Lorenzi Boisrond of Studio Ett Hem is an alchemist. She combines functionality and aesthetics and the result is magic. This is a Haussmannian apartment but it’s Haussmannian with a twist. The original spaces take on an almost Art Deco feel but the hero of the design is the custom joinery. Exquisite.