Displaying posts labeled "Grey"

A modern bohemian apartment in Moscow

Posted on Tue, 30 Jul 2019 by KiM

I love the eclectic mix going on in this Moscow apartment of modern, bohemian and ethnic styles. It brings together the best of everything! And the grey and white backdrop means adding any accent colour is a quick and easy change when you need a boost. Wonderfully executed by Minina Design.

Photos: Loskutov Mikhail

Another dreamy villa in blue

Posted on Thu, 18 Jul 2019 by KiM

I have another villa to share with you with some serious Mediterranean vibes. Blues, greys and white are the colour scheme in this home in Capri by Swiss designer Jorge Cañete. This one has an other-worldly, magical aura that I have come to expect from Jorge’s projects (see here and here for more). Breathtaking.

(Some photos by Gaelle Le Boulicaut for Elle Decor)

Timeless and unique in Utah

Posted on Wed, 3 Jul 2019 by midcenturyjo

Salt Lake City based Jamie Bellessa Design creates timeless and unique spaces with a twist or as they put it “creating fresh new design by sticking with classics while adding pops of wow.” What is ticking all the boxes for me in this Park City house is the butler’s pantry (OK the kitchen as well), the sweep of the staircase and the dark and moody office. Now before some of you get steamed about the practicality of books placed randomly on shelves with nary a cover or spine in sight let’s just cut the designers/stylist/photographer some slack. It’s just for an interesting picture. We all know the owners will have them properly placed in real life 🙂

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Photography By Melissa Kelsey

 

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 22 Jun 2019 by midcenturyjo

It’s like I say week after week. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it certainly helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Abbey Capital Offices in Dublin by Kingston Lafferty Design.

An idyll at Sybil

Posted on Thu, 4 Apr 2019 by midcenturyjo

“Sybil is a place for gatherings. The arrangements of buildings across the picturesque site generously provide an escape for family and friends. Implementing a deliberately rural pallet of raw yet delicate materials, we have carefully framed the landscape, providing visual context to each space. Designed to facilitate the clients desire to bring their loved ones together, Sybil becomes the context in which family memories are framed.”

Beautiful description of a beautiful space. Restrained, refined, considered. Sybil by Templeton Architecture.

Photography by Ben Hosking.