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Estee Stanley

Posted on Wed, 16 Oct 2013 by KiM

You may recognize the first few photos from an issue of Lonny – one of the most memorable IMHO thanks to the designs of fashion stylist and interior designer Estee Stanley. Well known for her chic, effortless and eclectic style, she is a designer without a signature look as she can knock out any style her clients are after. I love her mostly neutral palettes with drama added through graphic artwork, bits of black, funky lighting and other cool accents.

Sit and Read

Posted on Wed, 25 Sep 2013 by midcenturyjo

I’d love to take the time to sit in the sunshine in this Williamsburg studio. Perhaps read. Or drink coffee and flick through records with a couple of friends. Chat and relax and bounce plans for the day’s activities back and forward. I think this would be my very cool friend’s home and I would spend way too much time there. The sit and read reference is apt in this case. The studio was designed by Brooklyn based creative agency Sit and Read.  Photography by Brian W. Ferry and no not that Brian Ferry.


Posted on Wed, 4 Sep 2013 by midcenturyjo

Techné – to make poetically. I had to return to this Melbourne firm’s work for another dose of inspiration. Creative, contemporary, edgy and exciting this home is a bright and cheery ode to family life. Both dark and colourful choruses break the sunny white providing contrast and interest, tying the old to the new. Hang it! I’ll stop trying to wax lyrical. I just need to say it’s fabulous!.

More John Pawson

Posted on Wed, 28 Aug 2013 by KiM

I just cannot get enough of John Pawson‘s minimalism. Here is some more. Enjoy. 

John Pawson

Posted on Wed, 28 Aug 2013 by KiM

I am often captivated by the beauty in minimalist architecture. While I don’t think I can ever live in a space without ‘stuff’, it’s almost soothing to know that some people out there have the restraint to live so simply. British designer John Pawson is known for his minimalist aesthetic. His homes are absolutely stunning and I would be honoured to live in one of them…but with some stuff. 🙂