Displaying posts labeled "Green"

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!

Melanie Turner

Posted on Mon, 10 Jun 2013 by KiM

Inspired by fashion and borrowing a palette from nature, Melanie Turner‘s interiors possess a timeless quality that celebrates architectural details and classic design. Maintaining an emphasis on simplicity and understated glamour, her interiors feature a blend of clean lines, found objects, fine antiques, and custom-designed, sculptural furniture. There’s nothing more important to me than a home that is comfortable and inviting, and Melanie’s designs are just that yet have a sophisticated vibe that turns it up a notch. The dark shade of grey in the first few photos is fantastic.

Green with envy

Posted on Mon, 20 May 2013 by midcenturyjo

Wrap it up and bring it here. No wrap me up and deliver me there. Whatever! But just make sure that I’m cooking up a storm in the kitchen of this Silver Lake house by Bestor Architecture. California cool. Green with envy? You betcha. The only thing better would be…

… another green kitchen by Barbara Bestor and her design team. Now I can’t make up my mind. Sometimes you just got to have colour!

Inside Out is out

Posted on Wed, 13 Mar 2013 by midcenturyjo

And it is hot! The April issue of my fav magazine, Inside Out hit the newstands in Australia today and it is chock-a-block with colour madness. Managing editor Lee Tran Lam thought we’d like to share this amazing Melbourne home with you. She was right. Wow! It’s a bold. It’s bright. It’s the attention grabbing home of Justina and Tom Noble. The stylist on the story was Glen Proebstel, and photographer Derek Swalwell.

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