Displaying posts labeled "Fireplace"

Harriet Anstruther

Posted on Wed, 11 Feb 2015 by KiM

Country to contemporary, traditional to modern, Harriet Anstruther Studio can do it all, and the resulting spaces are the most calming, inviting and timeless you can imagine. Each and every one of these rooms draws you in and I would be completely at ease and at peace in all of them.

These tones…

Posted on Wed, 28 Jan 2015 by KiM

Such sublime tones…these spaces are so a-glass-of-red-wine-and-a-really-old-battered-leather-bound-book. That living room is utterly divine. *GASP* Via Melanie Molesworth.

A Gentleman’s Coop

Posted on Wed, 28 Jan 2015 by midcenturyjo

This was once a chicken coop? Who could blame the owner for wanting to come home to roost? By New York-based interior designer Christopher Burns.

A loft apartment by The New Design Project

Posted on Tue, 20 Jan 2015 by KiM

This is another one of those scenarios where I apparently have been living under a rather large rock. How have I never come across this super talented design firm, based in Brooklyn NY, founded by an Anglo-French husband and wife team of ex-bankers? The New Design Project is Fanny Abbes and James Davison and their style rocks my world. Exhibit A – I LOVE THIS LOFT!!! A young couple’s urban residence is enriched with bursts of bold color and texture, transforming it into an elegant and modern apartment full of strong and vibrant flavors. Modern pieces have been combined with playful accents and ethnic touches to create a space that is eclectic but undeniably urban, and is cool and relaxed whilst feeling grown-up. The use of simple graphic patterns and vivid colors tones down the existing woodwork and prevents the space from feeling overly rustic. Design by Fanny Abbes, photos by Alan Gastelum.

Colour campaign

Posted on Wed, 14 Jan 2015 by midcenturyjo

Because being blue doesn’t necessarily mean you’re sad. From Mark Lewis Interior Design.