Displaying posts labeled "Kitchen"

Stalking 2

Posted on Thu, 21 Mar 2019 by midcenturyjo

My second stalking victim I mean house is another little Victorian terrace this time in the Sydney suburb of Bondi Junction. Here extra space has been added through a modern two storey extension to the rear. Extra light floods in through bi-fold doors and clerestory windows and like our other house there is a striking modern staircase. Link here while it lasts.

A pale mint green renovated kitchen

Posted on Wed, 20 Mar 2019 by KiM

Sick of white kitchens? How about doing something a little different and going with a pale mint green? This Utah Craftsman home got an updated, super bright renovated kitchen that is really pretty in this beautiful shade. Another gem of a project by cityhomeCOLLECTIVE.

Clark House

Posted on Tue, 19 Mar 2019 by midcenturyjo

The original house is heritage listed but the modern day home, while respecting its 19th century roots, reaches into the 21st.

“The extension is in fact highly contemporary with a palette of grey black and white delivered as long, horizontal planes. Stark black and white artworks, black steel framed windows and an abundance of white walls mimic the palette of the heritage portion without mimicking style. The continuation of a loose collection of contemporary and traditional furnishings further ties the two portions.”

Clark House in East Melbourne by SJB.

Cremorne Point Residence

Posted on Tue, 19 Mar 2019 by midcenturyjo

“In the same way that a good suit remains in fashion, interiors can be timeless if they are well proportioned, employ good materials, and suit the people they are built for. Functionality, quality and beauty are my long-standing design principles.”  – Sarah Davidson Interiors

Timeless, sophisticated, custom yet inviting. My favourite type of house.

 

Modern and moody

Posted on Wed, 13 Mar 2019 by midcenturyjo

A contemporary addition to a grand Victorian house is a moody, sleek and sophisticated cave. But before you think heavy and dark walls of glass draw your eyes to lush garden courtyard spaces while allowing light in. Malvern House by Melbourne-based architectural studio Figureground.

Photography by Eve Wilson.