Displaying posts labeled "Green"

Jimmy Schönning favourites

Posted on Thu, 19 Sep 2013 by KiM

As promised, here are some of my favourite spaces from Jimmy Schönning‘s portfolio.

I love everything about this kitchen – the colour scheme, the black tiles, the massive vintage light fixture, the table and bench, the fun DIY dining space lighting, the massive knob on the fridge…the only problem is I would lose my sh*t over trying to keep everything clean with all that open storage.

I love huge decks. LOVE. The table is amazing. I want my next house to have a black exterior. And the number on the door is graphic and cool.

Everyone has had these ugly/boring mirrored sliding closets in at least one place they’ve lived…what a simple and effective way to de-gross them.

Beautiful colours and rustic vibe. I love burlap/linen fabrics. Especially when wrinkled.

Jimmy Schönning update

Posted on Thu, 19 Sep 2013 by KiM

It’s been a while since I first blogged the sweet pad of Swedish stylist/designer Jimmy Schönning, and I think an update is in order. His work is fabulous as always, if not better! Jimmy is obsessed with black, white and green interiors…and plants. Nothing wrong with this combo – it’s fresh, modern and timeless. I’ve saved some favourite spaces of his for a post later today so stay tuned!

Sea of green

Posted on Mon, 12 Aug 2013 by midcenturyjo

Close your eyes. Relax. Sleep will come. Like floating softly in a sea of green. Beautiful photography by Brie Williams.

P.S. To see the alternative view of this room (featured a couple of times on this blog) go to my original post here.

Double dipping

Posted on Wed, 7 Aug 2013 by midcenturyjo

I needed to dip back into the portfolio of Milan-based Studiopepe. Edgy, confident, passionate and rich. Inspiration aplenty in these retail installations. Enough to make me want to move in. Coveting is a sin right?

More confection from French firm Camille Hermand Architectures. I can almost taste the citron on my tongue. Followed by a meringue. So sweet!