Displaying posts labeled "Hallway"

A European approach to a SoHo loft

Posted on Tue, 1 Dec 2020 by KiM

Dream loft alert! Curved ceiling moldings, picture-frame moldings, chevron hardwood floors, panelled doors, brass kitchen counter/sink/backsplash (!!!), oak panelling, a bathroom of epic proportions thanks to book-matched Calacatta Paonazzo marble…. Designed by Meyer Davis.

European vibes in a Brooklyn Heights home

Posted on Wed, 25 Nov 2020 by KiM

I looooove this kitchen. So classic and just the right amount of details and perfect finishes… Designed by Ursino Interiors. Based in a charming Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, this project was a full remodel and redesign of a pre-war apartment. Guided by a love of classic English design, we honed in on blending European influence with traditional New York style to create an urban and quaint home for our clients.

Casa Michelena

Posted on Tue, 24 Nov 2020 by midcenturyjo

Iconic Mexican, Spanish Colonial and vintage European. It’s a heady mix perfect for the renovation and redesign of the 18th-century stone mansion Casa Michelenao in Morelia, Mexico by Paris-based interior designer Luis Laplace. Bakery, cafe, a bar and bookstore on the ground floor with private living above. My favourite part? So hard to choose but I think I’ve fallen in love with the colonnades and courtyards.

First impressions matter

Posted on Thu, 12 Nov 2020 by midcenturyjo

You now what they say. First impressions matter and this wallpapered entry hall certainly makes a statement. Life’s too short for boring beige. Queen’s Gate Residence, London by Nebihe Cihan Studio.

A colourful apartment in Paris

Posted on Fri, 6 Nov 2020 by midcenturyjo

“This Paris Apartment project was a total restoration. The idea was to focus on the swirl design of the entrance floor and build outwards, stretching the space beyond this initial focal point. Height and curves prevail. Whilst the project was to remain relaxed and comfortable, we introduced curated design design and art pieces. The place feels personal, authentic but quite grandiose in the reception areas.”

It’s as much about bold colour as it is about Parisian chic, personality as it is about style and panache. French finesse by Studio ALM .

Photography by Giorgio Baroni