Displaying posts labeled "Living Room"

A marriage of modern and vintage

Posted on Mon, 4 Nov 2019 by midcenturyjo

This four storey Georgian town house is a wonderful mix of new and old. Think contemporary kitchen with poured concrete floors, flashes of retro orange, moody rooms in the older part of the house, vintage finds and a myriad of house plants. Fun, flirt and fab. Lyndhurst by London-based interior designer and stylist Julia Thompson of Frank Interiors.

Chasing the dream – cool by the sea

Posted on Thu, 31 Oct 2019 by midcenturyjo

Contemporary by the sea with a mid century vibe taken to the next level with terracotta floors, limewashed ceilings, concrete accents and Oblica fireplace. Add in the bold art works and on point furnishings and this is one cool beach shack in Jan Juc on Victoria’s Surf Coast. Unfortunately for us it has been quickly snapped up. Link here while it lasts.

Finca on Formentera

Posted on Tue, 29 Oct 2019 by midcenturyjo

Simple style, rustic romance. Who else would like to run away with me to Spain’s Balearic islands, to tiny Formentera and ignore the worries of the world in this white washed stone cottage reimagined by Francesca Oggioni?

An explosion of white

Posted on Tue, 15 Oct 2019 by midcenturyjo


For sale in Clerkenwell, London an elegant Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse in whitest white with simple lines and  filled with light. The current owners have furnished it with mid century classics and a touch of Scandinavian flair, restrained, refined with a hint of drama from blood red drapes and an exploding mobile. For sale in Clerkenwell, London a beautiful dream if only your pockets are deep enough.  Guilford Street for sale by The Modern House.

 

A little bit of California in London

Posted on Wed, 9 Oct 2019 by midcenturyjo

The owners missed Los Angeles so interior designers Maria Lindgren & Adele Lonergan of Covet & Noir created a little bit of California for them in this London home. A clever mix of new and vintage furniture, art and accessories it is full of light with a neutral yet warm palette. Monochrome has never popped so much.

Photography by Edmund Dabney