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Emilie Fournet Interiors used some really moody and dramatic colours in this renovated home in Hackney, London. It’s quite an amazing thing, how paint can really elevate a space and help create a mood.

Colour and charm, exuberance and personality, family and formality. A multitude of gathering spaces for a family and their friends in this Wilmette Victorian renovation by Chicago-based Jen Talbot Design.

Soft industrial at the beach

Posted on Mon, 19 Oct 2020 by midcenturyjo

The home of landscape designer Will Dangar, architecture by Andrew Burges and interiors curated by David Harrison and Karen McCartney of Design daily, it’s a design dream and you can stay there. Bismark House, a four bedroom urban oasis minutes walk from Bondi Beach is the ultimate Sydney experience. Now we just have to wait for the borders to open.

A contemporary take on a London Victorian

Posted on Tue, 25 Aug 2020 by KiM

London designer Clare Gaskin used unexpected colours and really maximized space with great storage solutions in this terrace home. We designed this Victorian terrace in two phases. Firstly we tackled the dated floorplan and dingy look with renovation work which stripped the property back to its shell. More recently, we made the property work as a family home, finding ways to reflect the personalities of this young family whilst providing much needed storage, so often requested for projects of this type. The client wanted a contemporary, light, modern and airy space. During the first phase we opened the ground floor up. Positioning the kitchen at the louder (street) end of the property and with the dining area in the middle. At the rear of the property, benefitting from a side extension, the lounge is situated. We made the lounge feel more spacious by  digging down to increase the ceiling height and feel lighter with a large skylight and glazed french doors opening onto the garden. The brief was for a lot of colour, as well as a flow and continuity through the property to ground it and make sense of the pockets of colour and pattern. This project was filled with fun specifications of finishes as well as a lot of time spent on how to create storage wherever we could.

An 1860’s home in Dublin is rebuilt after a fire (owned by artist Eva Donovan), with hints of art deco, mid-century and some Parisian vibes. Designer Suzie Mc Adam went for a bolder interpretation than before the fire, but when given the opportunity to start fresh, how could you not take some risks?

Photos: Ruth Maria