Displaying posts labeled "Hallway"

Atlanta Mid Mod

Posted on Tue, 9 Aug 2022 by midcenturyjo

It’s all about colour and pattern and just a touch of maximalism (can one have a “touch” of maximalism?) in this fun mid-century family home in Atlanta, Georgia by Jessica Davis of Atelier Davis. No detail has been overlooked but of course, it’s the designer’s own home. Casually chic, fresh and fabulous.

Simple luxury

Posted on Thu, 28 Jul 2022 by midcenturyjo

Simple luxury, without fanfare, natural, tailored and highly personalized. Madrid-based Luis Puerta Estudio‘s work is refined, carefully curated with an emphasis on natural materials and unique pieces. What stands out most to me though is their appreciation of negative space, of the void, the “around”. Rooms and the furniture in them are allowed to breathe, to occupy their space without clutter, to stand alone yet together. What could easily progress to maximalism is instead a celebration of light and restraint.

Rustic look luxury feel

Posted on Tue, 26 Jul 2022 by midcenturyjo

“Described as “like stepping into an Old Masters painting” this penthouse apartment is a beguiling mix of rustic look and luxury feel. Original oak beams accentuate the double height ceiling in the open plan living space and add a feeling of earthiness which is enhanced by the use of clay plaster on the walls.”

A neutral colour palette and natural materials like stone and oak are balanced by statement lighting and a dramatic black fireplace. It’s a little wabi-sabi and a whole lot of luxury. Penthouse 09 by Banda.

Son Serra

Posted on Fri, 22 Jul 2022 by midcenturyjo

“For us, true style lies in simplicity. We believe in the elegance of the natural and the understated, which is why we design interiors in which aesthetics and functionality go hand in hand. We are committed to warm, timeless and local materials such as wood or natural stone from the island, which bring coherence and sustainability to the spaces.”

I’m speechless. A truly beautiful home with a spartan luxury Son Serra by Mallorcan designers, Victoria Vidal and Feliu Rullan of multidisciplinary studio BonVivant.

Stalking maximalism in London

Posted on Fri, 8 Jul 2022 by midcenturyjo

Don’t let its staid Georgian facade fool you. Inside the Grade II-listed townhouse in Camberwell is a maximalist’s dream. Five floors of colour and art, antiques and mid century classics. Everywhere you look is inspiration and we haven’t even ventured into the garden yet. Unfortunately for us, it is sold but I found it through  Inigo an estate agency for Britain’s most marvellous historic homes, from the team behind The Modern House.