Displaying posts labeled "Fireplace"

Tori Golub

Posted on Fri, 31 Jul 2015 by KiM

When looking through Manhattan interior designer Tori Golub‘s portfolio, you may mistake it for an ad for 1stdibs. Which means each item of furniture, lighting and accessory is a statement piece. Her interiors are works of art, sculptural and organic. I’m obsessing over the art in the photo below.

Lakeside lair

Posted on Fri, 31 Jul 2015 by midcenturyjo

Moody and brooding. Modern masculine with a touch of retro. Wood on the walls and mah jong sofa on the floor. A stylish lair for entertaining and relaxing. And then there is the water. Lakes 1 via Airspace locations.

Still

Posted on Thu, 30 Jul 2015 by midcenturyjo

After all this time. After all the rooms I’ve seen. Still love this place. I remember when I first saw that kitchen wall and those brass taps in Elle Decoration UK all those years ago. Collage House by Jonathan Tuckey Design.

Narrow beauty

Posted on Mon, 27 Jul 2015 by midcenturyjo

Luxury and style in a house only 11ft (that’s just over 3m) wide. The narrow dwelling rises over 3 storeys and has been selectively gutted and thoughtfully renovated to create a fab family home. There’s even a little surprise at the end of the garden. The Warren Mews Townhouse in the Cobble Hill neighbourhood of Brooklyn by Ensemble Architecture and Elizabeth Roberts Design.

Sunken treasure

Posted on Mon, 13 Jul 2015 by midcenturyjo

It’s not very often that I can feature a sunken lounge surrounded by a pool. It’s the centrepiece of a renovation and extension of a 2-storey Art Deco house by Melbourne’s Technē Architecture + Interior Design. The interior palette is predominantly neutral with a rich dark green playing off travertine, American oak, brass, leather and velvet. Luxury living with a nod to the house’s Art Deco roots and modernist playboy dreams.

Photography by Tom Blachford.