Displaying posts labeled "Dressing room"

Light-filled luxury high in the sky

Posted on Fri, 14 May 2021 by midcenturyjo

“GSDC’s objective was to create a feeling of laid-back luxury, true to Vancouver’s style. Curating a selection of unique and bespoke pieces from both local and international designers helped to create distinctive space true to Gillian’s signature style.”

And the biggest luxuries of all, the space, the views and that light! Fabulous contemporary Vancouver living by Gillian Segal Design Company.

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 24 Apr 2021 by midcenturyjo

It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it better be somewhere stylish. Atelier Saman Amel (a tailor) in Stockholm by Halleroed.

A dreamy dressing room

Posted on Mon, 19 Apr 2021 by KiM

I dream of one day having a proper dressing room. One with built-ins and ample storage that isn’t just a bunch of random vintage bit of furniture. And then I’d probably have to start a footwear and bag collection. Because that’s what one does when they have ALL OF THIS. Glorious. The closet of Jessica Bennett of Salt Lake City based Alice Lane Interior Design. (Photos: Nicole Gerulat)

Belgian beauty

Posted on Fri, 16 Apr 2021 by midcenturyjo

“A former glass factory was transformed into single family homes … The project started from a bare construction. The idea was to design the entire interior in an industrial cosy natural way. The use of chalk, concrete, steel windows, marbles, oak floorings and linen curtains. To have an energy neutral building had never an effect on the interior but is a great plus. This project is a perfect example of an added value in a beautiful collaboration between client and interior architect.”

It’s a masterclass in modern Belgian design. The spare beauty, the use of grey, the simple material palette. DS Apartment in Gent by Æ Studio.

Photography by Jan Verlinde

An Informalist apartment in Madrid

Posted on Fri, 5 Mar 2021 by midcenturyjo

“The aim of this project was to respect the building’s rather posh 1960s architectural soul while inserting the client’s sensibility and the realities of 21st-century family living into the way the space functions. A very masculine approach to aesthetics for a very feminine client with a high sensibility for art and design.”

And why “Informalist”? Because of the family’s impressive collection of art from the Spanish Informalism period. Another striking project by Casa Muñoz.