Displaying posts labeled "Fireplace"

Rachcoff Vella Architecture

Posted on Thu, 24 Oct 2013 by KiM

I’ve got more “what I would do if I lived there” projects. This time by Rachcoff Vella Architecture. Their homes are modern, streamlined, bright and just pure class. All of the massive windows and the stunning wood floors and wood-clad walls used throughout are a dream.

Skin and bones

Posted on Thu, 24 Oct 2013 by KiM

The lovely folks at Domus Nova sent along photos of a new property they added to their roster last week but despite it being basically unfurnished, it has such gorgeous architectural details that ideas keep popping into my head of how I could work with this absolutely incredible space…. Although for £7,500,000 you might be furnishing it with cardboard box tables and a pile of straw for a bed. 🙂

Guest house

Posted on Fri, 18 Oct 2013 by midcenturyjo

Never mind the main house, I’m sure it is lovely. I’m moving into the guest house. Perched in the hills above Sonoma, California with views of vineyards and oak trees is this beautifully crafted stone cottage by Nicole Hollis. I would be the house guest from hell though. Why would I ever want to leave?

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.